SNAI Down: it was a hacker attack

After 36 hours of down SNAI issues the first press release about the sensational down of its services: computer attack by unknown people.

The very serious down of all SNAI's services was caused by a computer attack, but according to Snaitech Spa (the parent company to which all SNAI's legal gaming platforms are headed) there has been no data leakage and there are no risks to users' gaming accounts. Here is the official press release of the company, which arrived after 15 hours of absolute silence on this matter.

Hacker attack on SNAI: the official press release

"Snaitech, one of the leading operators of legal gaming in Italy, announces that it has been the subject of a cyber attack by unknown parties that has caused, since December 27, the malfunction of the site and gaming apps.

The company, which over the years has increased its measures in terms of cyber security, has immediately started, with the help of primary international partners, a massive control procedure by securing its corporate network, the site and the apps in order to carry out all the maintenance and control interventions necessary to restore the systems.

On the basis of what has emerged from the analysis and restoration activities underway, the hypothesis of an intrusion into the gaming accounts as well as the extraction of data is excluded. Users are reassured that their accounts will not be affected by any changes or losses. The company also confirms that it has undertaken all necessary communications with the competent authorities.

Therefore, any other unofficial information that has appeared, or will appear, in the media and / or social media aimed at conveying false information and damaging to the image and interests of Snaitech will be pursued in the appropriate venues. The company ensures that, as soon as possible, it will provide further information regarding the restoration of its activities.