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We're learning that the attack the hack on the MGM resorts hotels was a mass attack ZD net is the first to report that the brake impacted more than ten and a half million guests and personal info of ordinary guests and celebrities turned up on a hacking forum this week for all to see MGM is saying only that it discovered on authorized access to a cloud server last