JPMorgan Chase told CNBC it was not aware of a new cyber attack on its computer network, striking down an earlier New York Times report that said it was battling with its second security breach in the last three months. Citing several unnamed sources, The Times said hackers, with links to Italy, had gained access to some of the bank's computer servers. Last month, JPMorgan said it was working with law officials to determine the scope of a possible security breach, though it did not see unusual fraud activity at the time.
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--- CNBC Staff