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Sunday, 16 April 2017

Dubai SWIFT service provider denies being hacked | GulfNews.com

Dubai SWIFT service provider denies being hacked | GulfNews.com:

"A Dubai-based provider of SWIFT services on Saturday denied that it had been hacked. The statement from EastNets comes one day after documents were released on online that suggesting the National Security Agency (NSA) had penetrated the SWIFT banking network and monitored a number of Middle East banks. “The reports of an alleged hacker-compromised EastNets Service Bureau (ENSB) network is totally false and unfounded. The EastNets Network internal Security Unit has ran a complete check of its servers and found no hacker compromise or any vulnerabilities,” it said. SWIFT stands for Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications and provides a messaging network for financial institutions to “quickly, accurately, and securely send and receive information such as money transfer instructions.”"



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