Manchester United, UK (AP)-Manchester United was unable to completely restore its computer system a week after being targeted by a cyberattack.
Premier League club staff still couldn’t access their emails on Thursday night, and some other features weren’t available.
“In the wake of a recent cyberattack on clubs, IT teams and outside experts have protected their networks and conducted forensic investigations,” United said in a statement.
The club said it would not comment on “responsible for this attack or motive.” United has performed two games at Old Trafford since it was forced to shut down parts of its computer network.
“This attack was destructive in nature, but we are currently unaware that fan data is at stake,” the club said. “The key systems needed to play a match in Old Trafford remain secure and the game is proceeding normally.”
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Manchester United cannot completely restore system after cyber attack
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