IMF got hacked


The International Monetary Fund revealed on March 15 that it had fallen victim to a cyber attack in February. In a statement, the IMF said it detected the “cyber incident” on February 16, saying a subsequent investigation found 11 email accounts had been compromised. These have since been “re-secured”, the fund said. “We have no indication of further compromise beyond these email accounts at this point in time,” the IMF said. “The investigation into this incident is continuing.”

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