The state Attorney General's office warned that a cyber attack could temporarily prevent gift cards from several New Hampshire restaurants from being used.

The April 14 attack on NCR, a company that processes payments, is affecting restaurants across the country. The Atlanta-based company said a ransomware incident impacted the company's Aloha cloud-based point-of-sale and Counterpoint functions.

The New Hampshire restaurants impacted are:

  • The Copper Door
  • T-Bones
  • CJ’s Great West Grill
  • Cactus Jack’s
  • The Beach Plum
  • 110 Grill
  • Giuseppe’s Pizzeria & Ristorante
  • The Galley Hatch

On Wednesday, NCR said on its website that its Aloha Configuration Center was fully restored and its Aloha Insight data actively polling. The company's Back Office app, which allows restaurants to manage their staffing and inventory, had also been fully restored.

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNH

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