Bank of India Website Restored After Malware Attack
The website of Bank of India, one of India's leading banks, was restored early Tuesday. The bank closed the site on Friday after it found that the site had been hacked, and was dispensing malicious code. Sunbelt Software, a provider of security software in Clearwater, Fla., had alerted users on its blog on Thursday that the bank's site had been compromised, and advised them not to visit the site.
Unidentified hackers had inserted malicious code into the bank's main webpage, a senior employee familiar with the situation said on Tuesday, speaking on condition of anonymity. The bank's designated spokesman on this issue was not immediately available for comment. Bank of India Website Restored After Malware Attack - CIO.com - Business Technology Leadership
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