The head of the French TV network that suspended broadcasting following last week's hack attack has confirmed the service exposed its own passwords during a TV interview, but said the gaffe came only after the breach.
"We don't hide the fact that this is a blunder," the channel's director general Yves Bigot, told the AFP news service.
The exposure came during an interview a rival TV service broadcast on the TV5Monde attack. During the questioning, a TV5Monde journalist sat in front of several scraps of paper hanging on a window. One of them showed the password of for the network's YouTube account. As Ars reported last week, the pass code was "lemotdepassedeyoutube," which translates in English to "the password of YouTube."