(MENAFN - Morocco World News) Rabat - Even the most successful online companies with the world's best engineers can be prone to online hacks. Today, the video streaming service, YouTube and the video hosting service, Vevo were both hacked: a few of the most popular music videos, such as Despacito, have been deleted, while others, including Hello by Adele, renamed. The hackers, Prosox and Kuroi'sh seem to be defending the Palestinian cause, replacing with 'FreePalestine' the title of Shakira's most popular music video, Chantaje, accompanied with a photo of La Casa de Papel. Cette violence. Il a détruit Youtube. pic.twitter.com/1mSdnnFEq4 — Trash (@Trasheurs) April 10, 2018 However, the hacker Prosox returned to his twitter account to explain his intention by showing his respect to Vevo and advising them not to leave the control of their platforms to developers who 'did not take into account this hacking', and added that he did not delete Despacito and that he had no intentions to harm their customers. @Vevo You have all my respect but do not leave the control to your site to any developer did not take into account this hacking it was a fun if we would like to harm your customers we would delete all the video but I did not delete despacito must believe me — Prosox (@ProsoxW3b) April 10, 2018 Youtube has quickly intervened by correcting every issue and bringing the situation back to normal. This incident happened one week after the YouTube headquarter shooting in San Bruno, California, which left at least three people injured. Read Also: Female Suspect Behind Youtube Shooting "