New Zeland’s central bank, The Reserve Bank of New Zealand, has recently been hacked, with both personally and commercially sensitive information being stolen in the hack.

News of the hack was first revealed on Sunday, and it has been reported that it was due to the breach of a third-party file sharing service which the bank use to store and share sensitive information. Fortunately, it’s been reported that the hack did not affect the bank’s main function, as it remains “sound and operational.”

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