Népszava The website of the National Theater was hacked and toasted content was placed on it

English-language content about dating and sex was posted by anonymous on the English-language website of the National Theater.

There are indications that hackers from the Far East may have hacked the National Theater’s website, the first to Telex. The strangers scattered the website full of articles about dating and sex, among other things. In our experience, the Hungarian version of the website of the National Theater is not affected.

The problem starts when someone clicks through to the English display. This version of the site is currently completely inaccessible, but the Google search engine returns almost 10,000 results for the search term nemzetiszinhaz.hu. Although the search engine shows that we get to the National Theater page.

In fact, the result redirects us to an unknown domain.

The National Theater issued a statement: Last night, an external attack hit the National Theater’s website, with an English version featuring articles from a foreign author. The IT team of the National Theater is working to solve the problem, until then the English language website is not available. The National Theater will investigate the case and take appropriate legal action if necessary.

Source: Népszava by nepszava.hu.

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