[BleepingComputer] Over 60,000 parked domains were vulnerable to AWS hijacking

Domain registrar MarkMonitor had left more than 60,000 parked domains vulnerable to domain hijacking. The parked domains were seen pointing to nonexistent Amazon S3 bucket addresses, hinting that there existed a domain takeover weakness. […]

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