Benedict Cumberbatch and Daniel Brühl probably shouldn’t store any compromising materials on their phones or computers.
The stars of the WikiLeaks cyber-drama The Fifth Estate admit they would be easy targets for vengeful hackers.
Or even friendly ones.
Brühl, who plays conscience-stricken WikiLeaks activist Daniel Domscheit-Berg, met the real-life man during filming and said this computer savvy underwhelmed the tech mastermind.
“When I first met Daniel, he told me it would take him probably five minutes to get into my computer and get all the information. So I changed my passwords — and now I don’t remember them,” Brühl said at the movie’s Toronto International Film Festival press conference.
Cumberbatch, who stars as divisive WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, also admitted to being “computer illiterate.” READ FULL STORY