Greenstone Financial Services and Delta Financial Services, both of which are part of the Gannett company, have been targeted by thieves in recent weeks, according to a report released Tuesday.
The two companies, which are also owned by the company that owns The Wall Street Journal, are owned by Delta Media Group.
In late February, the thieves targeted Delta Financial’s website and the company’s website, and used malware to redirect users to a different website.
Delta Financial also was hit by the same attack last month.
The criminals used the malware to hijack customers’ email accounts.
“Gannett has been targeted with malicious email spam,” the company said in a statement to Newsweek.
“The recent attack against Delta and Greenstone is a clear indication of the importance of protecting our customers from cyber criminals.
We are monitoring the situation and working to resolve it.”
The attack on Greenstone also targeted Greenstone’s websites and email accounts, but Delta Financial said it was unable to detect any attacks on Greenstones websites, which means that it was able to detect the threat.
Delta Media said it also was not able to pinpoint the attackers and that no one else was targeted.
According to the report, Greenstone, which is owned by The Wall St. Journal, was hacked in late January.
The attackers were able to take control of a customer’s bank account, which they then used to withdraw money.
The hackers also obtained customer credit card numbers, credit card expiration dates, and other sensitive data from the accounts.
Greenstone has said that they are working with the FBI to investigate the attack.
The Wallst Journal reported last month that the attackers gained access to Greenstone and other major U.S. financial institutions by using a different email address than the one used to send emails to customers.
The hacked email addresses were then used by the attackers to target Greenstone customers.
According the Wall Street Wall Street Business, Delta Financial was also hit in late February by a cyberattack that also targeted its website and email.
According a statement from Delta, the attackers used a different domain name to send fraudulent emails to Greenstones customers.
Delta is working with law enforcement and cybersecurity experts to determine the cause of the attack, the statement said.