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Hack Notice: Vend�e: the B�n�teau company victim of a cyberattack

Vend�e: the B�n�teau company victim of a cyberattack

Philippe Rey-Gorez reports (translation): The B�n�teau boat company, headquartered in Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie, Vend�e, is the victim of a�cyberattack�, its communications department announced on friday evening.�This assault was detected overnight thursday through Friday by the company’s surety system.�As soon as its alarms were triggered, the service immediately shut down the networks.�This is a protective bar to forestall the problem from spreading. Read more on France Bleu. h/t, @Chum1ng0

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