Tesco says online services disrupted by interference ‘attempt’ By Reuters
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LONDON (Reuters) – British grocery store chain Tesco (OTC:) stated on Sunday that its web site and app had been disrupted by an try to intervene with its methods.
“Since yesterday, we have been experiencing disruption to our on-line grocery web site and app. An try was made to intervene with our methods which has brought about issues with the search operate on the location,” a Tesco spokesperson stated.
It stated there was no motive to imagine that buyer information had been compromised.
As of 1145 GMT the Tesco web site gave the impression to be functioning usually.
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