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Australian TV viewers are hit by a cyber attack a day before the Big Brother final

Australian TV viewers are hit by a cyber attack a day before the Big Brother final

Australian TV ratings were hit by a cyber attack on Tuesday evening.

According to TV tonightratings provider OzTAM will not give the nightly ratings due to a possible cyber attack in the Nielsen data center.

The cause of the attack is still unclear, and Nielsen’s data center is currently trying to fix the problem to secure its data.

Cyber ​​Attack: Australian TV reviews were hit by a cyber attack just a day before the Big Brother final. Depicted host Sonia Kruger

Cyber ​​Attack: Australian TV reviews were hit by a cyber attack just a day before the Big Brother final. Depicted host Sonia Kruger

“Nielsen has become aware of an unexpected outage regarding Australian TV Audience Measurement (TAM) ‘s data center environment,” said a spokesperson.

The TV viewing data of the day is collected and processed once functionality is restored. This means that night data for Tuesday (July 21) will be delayed. ‘

The spokesperson told the publication that the team is “committed to quickly resolving this issue” and “will keep the industry informed as soon as new information becomes available.”

Problem Solving: The cause of the attack is still unclear and the Nielsen data center is currently trying to fix the problem to keep its data secure. Depicted Angela Clancy and Gareth Saville

Problem Solving: The cause of the attack is still unclear and the Nielsen data center is currently trying to fix the problem to keep its data secure. Depicted Angela Clancy and Gareth Saville

Problem Solving: The cause of the attack is still unclear and the Nielsen data center is currently trying to fix the problem to keep its data secure. Depicted Angela Clancy and Gareth Saville

The cyber attack took place just one day before Channel Seven’s Big Brother finale airs.

Australia will vote for a winner in the live final on Wednesday as Chad Hurst, Sophie Budack and Daniel Gorringe compete to take home the $ 234,656 cash prize.

Mat Garrick was sent home on Tuesday evening after challenge winner Chad chose to take Sophie and Daniel to the live final.

Finale: The cyber attack took place one day before the Channel Seven Big Brother finale airs. Depicted Chad Hurst, Sophie Budack and Daniel Gorringe

Finale: The cyber attack took place one day before the Channel Seven Big Brother finale airs. Depicted Chad Hurst, Sophie Budack and Daniel Gorringe

Finale: The cyber attack took place one day before the Channel Seven Big Brother finale airs. Depicted Chad Hurst, Sophie Budack and Daniel Gorringe

Chad, Sophie and Daniel threw a bottle of champagne in the backyard as the sparkler machines went around them dramatically after Mat’s eviction.

The housemates are now competing for a discounted price of $ 234,656, after Kieran Davidson stole over $ 15,000 from the winner’s kitty last week.

Chad and Sophie have both said they will split the money if either of them wins.

Go to bigbrother.com.au to cast your vote

Who will win? The housemates are now competing for a discounted price of $ 234,656, after Kieran Davidson stole over $ 15,000 from the winner's kitty last week

Who will win? The housemates are now competing for a discounted price of $ 234,656, after Kieran Davidson stole over $ 15,000 from the winner's kitty last week

Who will win? The housemates are now competing for a discounted price of $ 234,656, after Kieran Davidson stole over $ 15,000 from the winner’s kitty last week

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