Casinos in Las Vegas Hit by Suspected Ransomware Attack
Claudia Glover reports:
Slot machines in two Las Vegas casinos were out of action for almost a week in an incident that bears all the hallmarks of a ransomware attack.
Investigations are currently underway by the Nevada State Game Control Board, which told us it is “actively monitoring the situation”.
Four Queens Hotel and Casino and Binion’s Casino in downtown Las Vegas are open for business but for several days were only able to trade in cash, while startling videos of rows of crippled slot machines on empty casino floors swept across Twitter.
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