Friday morning, five days after a cyberattack on the company’s servers, the temporary pages that MGM created to help guests in the midst of the cyberattack reverted back to their original pages, albeit with dynamic content disabled.
Guests can now view information about the company’s hotels, entertainment options, and restaurants for all the company’s properties across the United States including Strip properties like MGM Grand and Aria, and across the United States like MGM Grand Detroit and the company’s Biloxi resort, Beau Rivage.
However, dynamic content that connects to MGM’s servers, such as hotel reservations and MGM Rewards, are still unavailable at time of publishing.
Restaurant reservations are functioning since they use a 3rd party server and platform from the New York-based company Seven Rooms.
In a separate hack claimed by the same Scattered Spider group, Caesars reportedly paid millions to avoid having sensitive data leaked. In MGM’s case, it is currently unknown if Scattered Spider is demanding ransom or if MGM has paid any.
CDC Gaming Reports has reached out to MGM and will report back if a response is received.