website hacked

Hackers gained unauthorized access to one of the ashampoo servers. They believe the hackers were after customer data. According ashampoo sensitive data such as billing information is not affected, because Ashampoo does not store this data. The stolen pieces of information are data of addresses such as name and e-mail address. is reported as been hacked by cybercriminals yesterday. A garda investigation is under way into a breach at the website.

It is believed that the hackers may have gained access to the names and email addresses of people using the recruitment site.

The website's managing director, Tom Crosbie said that the gardaí were investigating incident and that the Data Protection Commissioner has been made aware of the situation. According to data such as, including CVs, usernames or passwords were not compromised.

Website hacking is on the increase. No website is 100% secure. So if you or your business has a website the only way you can protect it from hackers is by regular security monitoring and audits.