The Financial Times daily saw its servers under attack from computers at the end of last week.
Part of the content for the digital edition of the publication was stolen and led to the blocking of some sections of the newspaper’s website, advances ComputerWorld.
The investigations forced the services to stop and the use of backup copies hosted on US servers, which ended up facilitating the reestablishment of the edition a few hours after the incident was detected.
In a statement, the Financial Times acknowledged the limitation of the service provided to the millions of Internet users who access its information pages daily and stressed that the investigation and data recovery work was being carried out in order to completely and quickly restore all version features online of the economic daily.
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