Wells Fargo (WFC) weathered a cyberattack on Tuesday that left some of the company's customers unable to log in to their accounts.

The nation's fourth-biggest bank by assets experienced "an unusually high volume of website traffic which we believe is a denial of service attack," spokeswoman Sara Hawkins said in an email.

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