Up to 40,000 credit and debit cards exposed in data breach

FDLReporter.com, September 12, 2011

Credit and debit cards used at Vacationland Vendors arcade games in Wisconsin Dells may be affected by a data breach. Vacationland Vendors, Inc., a supplier of arcade equipment and vending machines to businesses, announced Monday that up to 40,000 cards used its Wisconsin Dells and Sevierville, Tenn., arcades may have been exposed, according to a business press release. The company discovered that a hacker gained unauthorized access to its card processing systems at Wilderness Waterpark Resort in the Dells and Wilderness at the Smokies in Sevierville , said Bill Bray, spokesperson for the Wisconsin Dells-based Vacationland Vendors. Resort operations and systems, including reservations, restaurants and shops, were not included; the breach affected only arcade systems. The breach occurred March 22, according to the release.  Vacationland Vendors shut down its card processing systems at both arcades upon discovering the breach and is working with the authorities and an outside consultant to ensure its systems are secure and protected from further intrusions.  http://www.fdlreporter.com/article/20110912/FON0101/110912095/Up-40-000-credit-debit-cards-exposed-data-breach

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