Trump project site hacked as message states ‘the world has actually had enough’

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    President Donald Trump’s project site was hacked

    Donald Trump’s group has actually confessed the United States President’s site was hacked on Tuesday night, after it showed a message stating the world has ‘had enough’.  

    A Trump project representative stated the website was briefly ‘defaced’, as hacker(s) declared to have actually accessed ‘strictly classified information’ and evidence that the Trump federal government was ‘involved in the origin of the coronavirus’. The relocation in truth appears to have actually been an unsophisticated fraud to gather cryptocurrency, according to reports. 

    The President’s representative Tim Murtaugh stated: ‘Earlier this evening, the Trump campaign website was defaced and we are working with law enforcement authorities to investigate the source of the attack. There was no exposure to sensitive data because none of it is actually stored on the site. The website has been restored.’

    Screenshots reveal the site declaring it had actually been ‘seized’ since ‘the world has had enough of the fake-news spreaded (sic) daily by president donald j trump.’

    It declared to have ‘full access to trump and relatives’ and made a series of unproven allegations about Mr Trump being associated with criminal activities and other claims trying to reject the President. 

    The site later on showed a mistake message that checked out, in part, ‘This site is currently offline.’

    It has actually given that been brought back.

    There has actually not yet been any indicator around the identity of the hacker(s). 

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    The message left on the project site

    It follows a various hacker stated he has actually accessed the United States President’s individual Twitter account simply by thinking his password – and declaring it was ‘maga2020!’. The White House rejects that was the password.

    Victors Gevers states he effectively thought the password at the 5th effort and took a screengrab to show it, a Dutch paper reported recently.

    He then declares to have actually notified the United States federal government and recommended they alter the password.

    The most current hack the other day appeared to occur quickly prior to 4pm Pacific Time, according to the site Tech Crunch. 

    The FBI did not instantly react to an ask for remark. 

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