UK Department of Transport (DfT) website Displayed for explicit pornography For visitors between Thursday (25) and today (26). located in a sub-domain (charts.dft.gov.uk), the page in question has already been deleted, while a domain redirect to a WordPress plugin page has been found.
The issue in question was confirmed by a department spokesperson to Computer. According to him, “No information or data has been lost or hacked.‘, while ‘the website address has been permanently deleted’, in addition to being a ‘disabled and inactive’ page. The site also specified that the subdomain referred to an Amazon S3 instance, Amazon Web Services (AWS).
There is no site dft.gov.ukAlso, it was noted that another WordPress page is protected with authentication. The exact cause of the problem on the page has not been identified and revealed yet, on the other hand. Thus, it is still not possible to determine whether the problem is caused by an internal agent or was the result of some invasion of circuit systems.
Even another title, registered in S3, showed explicit content after removing the homepage. In the respective sub-field, graphs related to business plan documents, statistics of government services such as driving tests, exact statistics, etc. are displayed.
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