Everyone and their uncle has a branded vulnerability website, why not me?
S3 buckets are unique across AWS. Try creating a bucket named "apple.com", you can't because I have already made it.
To host a static website on S3 like this, you need to name your bucket after the website. The bucket hosting this website is awsome.pw and there's www.awsome.pw to redirect www.
If I know the name of your awesome website, I can create the bucket to prevent you from hosting it on AWS.
This is a serious Denial of Service vulnerability.
Because every vulnerability needs a name, website and logo.
Why is the logo an omellete?
AWSome = AWS Omellete, gedit?
Yell at this guy for wasting these few minutes of your life.