Greek Dismisses Hacking

ATHENS : Greece's central bank dismissed claims by hacking group Anonymous that it has accessed confidential internal files, saying on Wednesday the material was already in the public domain.

Anonymous responded by warning that it was merely testing out the bank's defenses and could step up the attack.

Anonymous Greece had posted a link on its Facebook page on Tuesday, claiming that it was leaking  central bank data and warned that more would follow in the coming days.

A link the collective supplied didn't appear to immediately work.

The Bank of Greece said the alleged only contained information widely available on its website.

''The claims that Bank of Greece data bases hacked and leaked are totally unfounded,'' the central bank said.

Anonymous then reaffirmed : ''Be afraid of us because you never know when your entire system will collapse. Then we will see what you have to say.''


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