A virus may be to blame for temporary disruptions at the theme park, CNN, ABC News and The New York Times.
An unidentified software virus was being blamed for computer system outages Tuesday at Disneyland, ABC News, CNN and The New York Times, as computer security companies tried to pin down the cause of the disruption.
Computers at Disneyland were affected, including those used by ticket vendors at the park. Staff members sold tickets manually until the computer systems were brought back up.
"We experienced a very brief interruption with a minimal guest impact, and all systems are up and running," said Jennifer Liu, a Disneyland spokeswoman.