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The officials said that the bank was informed about the attack via an anonymous e-mail on Monday, July 21. As the result of the attack, around 20,000 e-mails of the website visitors, as well as several telephone numbers and postal addresses were stolen.
The bank’s clients are being informed on the incident and for their own security all their access passwords for the website are being annulled.
ECB spokesperson stressed that, luckily, this hacker attack did not lead to leakage of the bank’s or financial markets’ data.