Jacob Argintaru | The Avro Post

On Tuesday, an exploit was discovered on multiple United States government websites that redirects users to offensive content including hardcore pornography.

The exploit was originally found on the U.S. Department of Justice’s Amber Alert website and was fixed by Wednesday morning, reported Gizmodo.

The exploit was originally found on the Department of Justice’s Amber Alert website and has been fixed as of Wednesday morning.

Porn websites are likely using the exploit to boost their search result rankings on Google.

The danger of this exploit is it potentially redirecting users to pages with harmful content like malware and phishing scams.

Other government websites are currently in the process of fixing the exploit.


More details to follow | Image of fake AmberAlert.gov redirect page, from Gizmodo.

 

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