back to article European Banking Authority restores email service in wake of Microsoft Exchange hack

The European Banking Authority (EBA) has confirmed it is another victim on the list of organisations affected by vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange. The EBA hurriedly pulled its email servers offline over the weekend as it realised that it was among the ranks of those hit by flaws in Microsoft Exchange being targeted by …

  1. tip pc Silver badge
    Mushroom

    because of Brexit?

    is the hack of this EU banking institution yet another thing to blame on brexit?

    1. Ken Moorhouse Silver badge

      Re: because of Brexit?

      It was a Patch-22 situation.

  2. 0laf Silver badge
    FAIL

    5...4....3...2...1...

    And

    GO Excuses!

    GO Platitudes!

    GO Buck passing

    1) It was a sophisticated attack

    2) The security of our customers' data is our top priority

    3) It was the fault of the graduate IT apprentice on 50% of minimum wage / his overworked engineer manager

  3. sitta_europea Silver badge

    People still use Exchange?

  4. A random security guy Bronze badge

    Exchange servers were breached and nothing was compromised

    I have heard that before. Does the GDPR let them get away with baldfaced lies?

  5. Claptrap314 Silver badge

    A bit behind the times..

    "Broad exploitation of the Microsoft Exchange vulnerabilities has already begun". Yes, this is true. And has been since March 1996.

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