NTMA suspends website after hacking attempt

The agency said access would be restored as soon as possible

6th February, 2017
The NTMA building Pic: RollingNews.ie

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA), which manages the national debt, said it temporarily suspended access to its website this morning in a precautionary measure after it "detected an unauthorised attempt to publish content on its website from a remote source".

RTÉ reported that a message was put on the site which said "Long Live Peshmerga".

A statement on the website, ntma.ie, simply said: "The National Treasury Management Agency website is currently offline for...

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