Ohio Lottery hit by cyberattack claimed by DragonForce ransomware

On Christmas Eve, an unspecified number of internal applications were compromised by a cyberattack, forcing the Ohio Lottery to shut down many critical services.

The lottery’s gaming system is still fully functional even though the event is currently being investigated and efforts are being made to restore all affected services.

“Prize cashing above $599 at Super Retailers and mobile cashing are not available at this time,” the lottery stated in a news release released on Wednesday.

Furthermore, you can verify the winning numbers for the KENO, Lucky One, and EZPLAY Progressive Jackpots at any Ohio Lottery Retailer read more Ohio Lottery hit by cyberattack claimed by DragonForce ransomware.

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