It seems to be working now, albeit slowly.
Maybe some thing similar to this has happened;
Irish News, December 31, 2004
Army spy site warns of "unit's terror link"
By Barry McCaffrey
The British army is investigating a potential security blunder after it emerged that an official website used to recruit undercover agents is now
controlled by a disaffected agent.
The Irish News has learned that the Intelligence Corps site has been bought by former army agent Samuel Rosenfeld, after the site's ownership was
inadvertently allowed to lapse over Christmas.
The website is used as one of the main sources for recruiting soldiers and civilians to work as intelligence officers and undercover army agents.
However, potential recruits emailing the site now receive replies alleging that sub-units of the corps have been responsible for the "direction of
Successful recruits to the Intelligence Corps are often university graduates, who are then trained at the famous Sandhurst college in England before
being posted as secret agents throughout the world.
Ironically, the site warns that successful applicants will be responsible for "the security of information, personnel and equipment".
Potential recruits are advised to contact the Intelligence Corps by phoning its headquarters at Chicksands in Bedford-shire or by email.
But when the Irish News emailed the official website last night, it received the following reply:
"Dear potential recruit, thank you very much for contacting the Intelligence-corps.co.uk website.
"Firstly please be advised that the site is no longer owned or operated by the Intelligence Corps but by myself, a former intelligence agent
"Whilst I commend you for wishing to join the Intelligence Corps, I feel it is my duty to inform you that the corps, through its sub-units, have been
responsible for the murder of innocent civilians and the direction of terrorism."
The email then highlights controversial incidents involving the Force Research Unit (FRU), including the murder of Pat Finucane and the Stakeknife
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