Attack disrupts VEGAS INC website; work under way to resolve problems
24 November 2012
For several hours overnight, some users may have been unable to access the sites. Also during those hours, visitors who were able to gain access would have noticed that content hadn't been updated in some cases.
Those issues have been resolved, but for several more hours some users may experience a problem with our sites as new address information propagates across the Internet. If you try to access lasvegassun.com, lasvegasweekly.com, vegasinc.com or vegasdeluxe.com and wind up at a different one of these four than you expect (for example, you try to go to the Sun site and wind up at the Weekly site), this is the result of incorrect site address information on the Internet. We are working to remedy this situation as soon as possible.
Greenspun Media Group, which operates the sites, is working to return site operations to normal. We're also pursuing more details about the attack and will report more information as it becomes available.
In the meantime, we would like to thank visitors for their patience.
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