Manchester United is investigating cyberattacks against its systems

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Manchester United, a rival in the English Premier League, has conducted scientific investigations and analyses after its systems were subjected to electronic attacks and are currently working on assessing losses in cooperation with the National Center for Cyber ​​Security.

United said last week that it had been subjected to a cyber attack and had shut down targeted systems to protect data. Simultaneously, some of the club’s media channels, such as the official website and mobile apps, were unaffected.

British media quoted a spokesperson for the National Center for Cybersecurity: The National Cyber ​​Security Center is aware of the accident that the Manchester United Football Club was exposed to. We are working with the Foundation and partners to find out the effects of the accident.

The club said the attack did not affect its match arrangements. And United added in a statement: After the recent cyber attack, our technical support team, in cooperation with experts from outside the club, secured our networks and conducted scientific investigations and analyzes.

The statement also stated: We did not discover any damages related to the fans’ data, nor were the regulations concerning the match arrangements affected. Things proceeded normally in this regard.

The club stressed that it would not comment on those responsible. United will meet Southampton in the Premier League next Sunday.

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