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MGM Resorts are operating ‘normally’ after hacks, sort of

MGM says its computers are back up after a hack, pictured above. | Image: K.M. Cannon / Las Vegas Review-Journal / Tribune News Service via Getty Images

Everything is fine and back to normal at the MGM Resorts, MGM Resorts announced on X / Twitter. I still couldn’t book a room there online.

The computers at MGM Resorts had been shut down for 10 days after a cyberattack. A ransomware group, ALPHV / BlackCat, took credit for the hack, according to malware tracker vx-underground. It wasn’t just the Las Vegas casinos that got hit, either — MGM’s Borgata Hotel in Atlantic City and MGM Grand Detroit Casino were also affected.

“We are pleased that all our hotels and casinos are operating normally,” the MGM Resorts statement read. “Our amazing employees are ready to help guests with any intermittent issues. We thank you for your patience and look forward to welcoming you soon.”

Very cool! I…

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