A fake website, that is more or less an exact copy of one seeking humanitarian aid for Venezuela, has surfaced, with those who set it up having manipulated DNS records so that both resolved to the same IP - which was owned by the fake domain owner - when viewed from within the country.
A salesperson from Amazon Web Service created a publicly accessible S3 bucket containing information about high-level configuration details for systems belonging to GoDaddy, the world's biggest Web host by market share in 2018.
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Thanks David, and thanks iTWire for continuing to cover this.