The RTE website has come under a cyberattack.
The hackers reportedly gained access to RTE’s email servers and the RTHN’s email inboxes.
The RTHn has since reported the attack to police and the Federal Police.
The hack came to light on Tuesday.
The email addresses of the RTR and RTHns were among the data they were hacked from.
RTE has since confirmed it is a result of the hack and said it is working to recover the data.
News Online contacted RTR to find out why the RTT website was hacked and whether they had received any reports of this incident.
“We are currently in the process of updating the website and are taking appropriate steps to restore it as soon as possible.” “
News Online also contacted the RRT, the RTO, the SITA and the Police to see if they had heard of any reports related to this hack. “
We are currently in the process of updating the website and are taking appropriate steps to restore it as soon as possible.”
News Online also contacted the RRT, the RTO, the SITA and the Police to see if they had heard of any reports related to this hack.
RTR’s chief executive, Mike Rutter, said: [It] was an extremely serious incident and we take the issue very seriously. “
RTE is also offering assistance to affected individuals and the community, including in relation to any information related to a potential criminal offence.”
RTR’s chief executive, Mike Rutter, said: [It] was an extremely serious incident and we take the issue very seriously.
“The company has been in contact with police and other relevant authorities to provide any information they may have on what happened.”
SITF, SITSA and Police Commissioner Kevin O’Donoghue said in a statement that they were aware of a hack involving RTE.
SITR said: We are fully cooperating with the police and will make every effort to restore our services as soon the incident is fully resolved.
“However, it is important to recognise that the RTS site is the primary source of the news and opinion on RTE and RTE News.
RTV’s website is operated by RTE TV and its primary source is the RTV website.
The website and social media channels are also owned by RTV.
The investigation is ongoing.”
The RTV news website has since been taken offline, the spokesperson for the RTP said.
RTR CEO Mike Rattery said that the hack could have affected up to 500 people.
NewsOnline contacted RTO and SITAI to find if they were told of any such incidents and whether there were any measures being taken to ensure such incidents were not repeated.
The SITAU said that they have not received any information relating to a hack related to RTV or RTV News.