ECB website stays down after hacking attack

Cyber crime

A website operated by the European Central Bank was still not available today (August 16) after it was reportedly attacked by hackers.

The ECB runs the Banks’ Integrated Reporting Dictionary website. The website was shut down on August 15, the ECB announced, after a hacking group attacked the site. The ECB said the site would remain down until further notice.

The ECB said that the website was hacked into several months previously, but the attack was only discovered “late last week”. The ECB

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