“It was instant panic”: Cincinnati restaurants under attack by cyber hackers

Brian Hamrick reports:

Multiple restaurants in Cincinnati are fighting cyber hackers who have stolen thousands of dollars, damaged reputations and shut down social media sites.

“When it happened, it was instant panic,” said Arnold’s owner Chris Breeden. “Facebook is basically the most important advertising tool we have in our tool bag, and it’s pretty devastating when you lose something like that.”

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To ensure Arnold’s couldn’t get back into their social media accounts, the hackers posted severely inappropriate material that got Arnold’s account banned for life.

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