The EMA says hackers changed some emails before releasing them online
The hackers who attacked the European Medicines Agency (EMA) last month manipulated some of the stolen data before leaking it on the web.
That’s according to the EMA, which says an ongoing investigation into the data breach suggests the attackers have published some of the stolen data online, including confidential internal emails relating to the evaluation and approval processes for coronavirus vaccines.
It has also been noticed that the perpetrators manipulated some of the emails before publishing them on the web, most likely in an effort to undermine trust about the vaccine approval process.
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