Gambia’s central bank hacked

Central Bank of The Gambia, Banjul

Reports have surfaced of hackers infiltrating Gambia’s central bank’s systems around November 10, however details around the incident remain unclear. 

Hackers claim to have stolen two terabytes of sensitive data, but this has not been confirmed by official sources.

The central bank has sought to reassure the public, saying there is no need to panic, BBC News reported. 

A government spokesperson said just one server was affected, which was “promptly isolated from the bank’s network” and “a

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