An HBO representative told Wired that there was no reason to believe the hackers had access to the company's email database.
KitGuru Says: So far, numerous HBOleaks have centred around Game of Thrones but with the season about to end in a couple of weeks, it seems like the hacker's bargaining chips are getting less valuable. The hackers are allegedly asking for a ransom worth the 6-month salary of HBO CEOs in bitcoin, which is allegedly worth a staggering $6 million.
Also included in the released data were five Game of Thrones scripts and emails from the account of HBO's vice president for film programming, Leslie Cohen.
"You have the advantage of having surprised us".
The hackers claimed to have stolen nearly 1.5TB of data which could potentially amount to several TV series box sets or millions of documents.
The hackers are demanding millions of dollars from the company to prevent it from releasing the whole of the TV shows and further confidential details.
This is already the second data dump that came from the supposed group of hackers.
One concern is that these hackers have their hands on significant spoilers for high-profile HBO series like Game of Thrones.
HBO did not respond to a request for comment.
Following the leak of the note on Monday, the network said it is not able to determine whether its entire email system has been hacked. "We have weeks of negotiations with HBO officials, but they broke their promises and want to play with us".