Abu Dhabi's Stock Exchange gets hacked

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The stock Exchange of Abu Dhabi has been forced to issue a statement denying that its computer systems had been hacked and instead simply blamed it on a "technical difficulty". These difficulties affected some systems on the 17th of January but everything is now "back to its normal state".

Rumours circulated that an Israeli group had hacked stock markets in Abu Dhabi and Saudi Arabia in a revenge attack for the hacking of the Tel-Aviv and El-Al websites.

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