Sanral E-toll website unavailable overseas due to cyber-attacks

While the South African National Road Agency Limited (Sanral) website is available to South Africans trying to connect to it through local Internet service providers, the site is not readily accessible outside the country.

The question of international availability was raised when it emerged that services such as IsUp.me reported that the Sanral website was down, even though South Africans could access the site.

Sanral’s general manager of communications, Vusi Mona, said that the agency decided to only make its website available in South Africa due to cyber-attacks on the site from foreign countries.

The site is also available from Argentina and Austria, Mona said, as some support staff that need to be able to access the site are located there.

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