Nov 14 (Reuters) – The FBI stated Sunday that hackers didn’t entry any data or private data on its community, a day after they compromised an company server to ship out hundreds of pretend emails.
The company stated it has fastened the software program vulnerability that allowed the assault.
The pretend emails originated from an FBI-operated server, which was devoted to pushing notifications to the Law Enforcement Enterprise Portal (LEEP), which the FBI makes use of to speak with state and native businesses. The compromised server was not a part of the FBI’s company email service, the FBI added.
The pretend emails warned of a cyberattack and appeared to come back from a respectable FBI email tackle ending in @ic.fbi.gov, the FBI stated. read more
Reporting by Aakriti Bhalla in Bengaluru; Editing by Lisa Shumaker
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