Bank online web United States dropped a large part of Friday, leaving many customers without the means to do their banking online. Your website or does not load or load very slowly. Not all clients are affected, in fact most are not, but a large number of people can not access their accounts, of course, started a lot of outrage through Twitter. “We are aware of the problem and are working to get things sorted as quickly as possible,” Bank of America in Twit response.
There has been speculation about a possible dump pending internal documents of Bank of America’s anti-secret organization Wikileaks, but the bank says that the online problems are not related to security. A spokeswoman for Bank of America said the slowdown began early today and the result of a change in routine systems. The spokesman would not comment on what the change was, and said the bank expected to be back to normal soon.
Bank of America says no timetable yet for when the website would be back to normal, but says the outage affects online banking, a small population of customers. ” The Bank of America spokesman could not provide the number of customers currently affected. It also notes that the problems were not due to malware and customer information is not compromised. Twitter has been encouraged by the failure site of Bank of America. At least one user of Twitter speculates on the possibility of being hacked web site WikiLeaks by advocates of “Anonymous.”
In November, Forbes magazine reported that founder Julian Assange Wikileaks will release said, “whether tens or hundreds of thousands of documents” in a major bank in the U.S. in early 2011. He planned to expose the shady practices of the bank in an effort to provoke a large-scale research in the U.S. banking system.
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