HSBC online banking taken down in denial-of-service attack

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HSBC online banking taken down in denial-of-service attack

Bank claims that it 'successfully defended' its systems - but online service remains down

HSBC's online services were taken down today following a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack that, it claims, it has successfully fought off. The attack has left HSBC customers unable to conduct...

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