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Mr. Robot ended its first season with one big hacking event, effectively erasing debt records at E Corp and doing a number on the economy. Fsociety was victorious! The show has been hailed for performances and its representation of hacking and technology, so we had to ask: Has the cast been hacked because of the show?

"Last night someone just asked me for my verification code on Google and it was some bulls—t number," series star Rami Malek told us. "Yeah, so, just keep changing my password."

Maybe not because of the show, but almost everybody in attendance at Mr. Robot's For Your Consideration event said they've been hacked since.

Portia Doubleday said she's been hacked five times, and one of those happened to be when the pilot was picked up to series. "I was thinking, ‘Does this have something to do with the show?'" she said.

Rami Malek, Carly Chaikin, Portia Doubleday, Christian Slater, Mr. Robot

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Carly Chaikin said she's not sure "how much people care about me or what they're going to find," but she did have an Apple account hack that she consulted the Mr. Robot team about. Click play on the video above for more!

The USA Network series returns for a second season on Wednesday, July 13 and it looks as thrilling and dark as the first. Along for the ride are new players Craig Robinson and Grace Gummer. Everything picks up days after the season one finale. Check out the new trailer now.

Mr. Robot returns on Wednesday, July 13 at 10 p.m. on USA.

(E! and USA are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)