[BleepingComputer] Major news sites serve porn after vid.me domain takeover

Major news sites including The Washington Post, New York Magazine, and HuffPost, saw their stories now displaying porn videos instead of the once-embedded intended ones. The fiasco happened as prominent websites relied on the now-defunct domain vid.me to embed streaming videos in their articles. […]

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