Websites owned by Las Vegas Sands are back up and running nearly a week after hackers crippled the sites, a company spokesman said on Monday.
The attacks originally took place on February 12th, and saw the websites littered with virtual graffiti, blasting company owner Sheldon Adelson for his opinions on the Middle East.
Websites affected were not just tied to Sands' Las Vegas operations, but also included casinos in Pennsylvania, China, and Singapore.
An investigation by the Nevada Gaming Control Board and FBI is currently ongoing. No details on the investigation have yet to be released.