French translation services have been hit with a curse, the French government says.
The Flemishes translation services company said on Friday that the curse of the “curse crows” was in the making and it would “not be tolerated”.
The announcement comes days after French media reported that the company had been hit by a cyber attack.
The company is owned by Flemis-based firm Flemings translation services.
A spokesman for the company told The Associated Press that the issue had been resolved and that the website would not be used to promote the company.
But the company said in a statement that it was “shocked” by the allegations.
It said it had not yet received any official threat or information about the attack.