The Football Association of Ireland have confirmed that it’s servers were hit by a cyber attack over the weekend.
In a statement released late on Wednesday evening, the FAI confirmed that it’s servers in Abbotstown were the subject of a security breach.
The association said that the Data Protection Commission has been informed about the attack and cyber forensic teams are reviewing the incident.
Although a number of email accounts are believed to have been targeted, the FAI have moved to reassure fans that the payments section wasn’t affected by the breach.
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