The timing is very suspicious. Hacking?
‘No internet’: ANZ, Woolworths eftpos hit by major outage
Customers at one of Australia’s big four banks have reported being unable to access their money following a suspected outage. ANZ customers took to social media on Friday amid reports users were unable to access the bank’s online service since about midday. Customers also reported being unable to reach the bank via their telephone line, with one person stating that “everyone is having problems”. “ANZ down. I am locked out of my account. Cannot pay rent or payroll. Just went to the branch and they have closed it,” Ben O’Brien wrote. “The young guy said they are all locked out of their own system and ... (full story)
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