Donald Trump’s social media network TRUTH hacked within hours of BETA launch

Donald Trump, who had faced suspension from social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter plenty of times, has come up with his own social networking website titled TRUTH.

But sources claim that the website TRUTH was hacked within hours of its beta launch and hackers created several fake profiles in the name of the former US President and Mike Pence.

As soon as the IT staff backed by Trump Media & Technology Group(TMTG) found the intrusion, they suspended further development and pulled the URL immediately down from the web.

Prima facie reveals that a bunch of journalists somehow intercepted the network and created fake profiles that include a fake profile of the former president.

For those uninitiated, TRUTH was supposed to be launched in early 2022 and was having features competing that of Facebook and Twitter. It was a liberal platform where people can express their views openly and can dynamically oppose the American government’s move of silencing rebellion voices.

A source based on the condition of anonymity reports that those behind the Trump social media network were thinking of attracting users by rewarding them with cryptocurrency for joining the network.

Note- Trump Media and Technology group, in association with Digital World Acquisitions Corp, was about to launch a social media platform that also offers video streaming and gaming services. Scott St John, the funding man behind the renowned TV shows America’s Got Talent and Deal or No Deal, was supposed to head the TMTG Corp along with Patrick Orlando, the CEO of Digital World Acquisition Corp as Vice President.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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