Federal Group has confirmed that ransomware was behind a cyber attack that took down its poker machines at Tasmania's two casinos earlier this month, and the incident has now been "contained".
But the pokies at Country Club casino remain down, with staff expecting them to be back online "some time next week".
The incident started in the early hours of Saturday, April 3, and the pokies have been down for over 10 days.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre has been co-ordinating law enforcement agencies with forensic analysis ongoing.
Federal Group executive general manager Daniel Hanna said the immediate threat had been overcome.
"As a result of hard work by our team and external experts, including over the Easter long weekend, the immediate incident itself has been contained," he said.
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"Federal Group has at all times complied with legal and regulatory requirements related to the incident.
"The incident is being actively investigated by Federal Group and external experts we have retained, with the cooperation and involvement of relevant authorities who are assisting, and as such we cannot comment further at this stage."
The cyber attack impacted the pokies and check-in facilities at hotels.
Ransomware involves blocking user access to a computer system unless a sum of money, or other form of ransom, is provided.