Wyoming Ski Area Allegedly Hacked By Russians For Fundraising For Ukraine

Wyoming Ski Area Allegedly Hacked By Russians For Fundraising For Ukraine

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Wyoming Ski Area Allegedly Hacked By Russians For Fundraising For Ukraine

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Sleeping Giant Ski Area is helping Ukraine in a big way this Saturday. 100% of the proceeds from lift tickets will be given to the National Bank of Ukraine and their Army. The donation sources have been verified by the ski area. The mountain is also hosting its annual ASA Annual Ski Race on Saturday. Tickets cost $59 for adults(19-69), $46 for Juniors (13-18), $25 for children(6-12) and seniors about seventy, and free for children 5 and under.

In a wild follow-up story, the ski area announced that they would be closed until further notice. They then followed up and said they were hacked, likely by Russians. It’s a jarring reminder that cyberattacks, especially on American companies,  will likely continue as the war in Ukraine escalates.

Image/Video Credits: Sleeping Giant Ski Area

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