Posted March 09, 2018 07:24:24 The sb security site has been hacked and some users have reported that they are unable to login to the site.

A message posted on the site on Sunday said: “The sb site is down for maintenance and will be back online shortly.”

It was unclear whether this was due to a server glitch or a technical issue.

The sbsafe password reset page is a popular place for users to enter their login information.

Users also can log in by clicking on their email address or selecting their phone number.

The website has been a popular target of cyber criminals in recent years, and a major security breach in the past year has prompted a warning from Australia’s Information Commissioner, Andrew Colvin.

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has reported more than 1,000 cases of fraudulent or abusive transactions made using sbsafecards, and it said the sites’ security had been breached in the last three months.

“It’s important to note that there are numerous legitimate accounts on the sbsafer.com website that are not compromised,” the watchdog said.

“The number of fraudulent accounts has increased significantly since the last breach, as the site is used by many businesses and individuals in the country.”

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