According to US media reports, the social media website announced by former US President Donald Trump was hacked before it was introduced.
According to the Washington Post, a group of hackers working against the spread of hateful and misinformation claimed to have hacked the social media site Truth by accessing it.
The hackers claimed that they hacked Donald Trump’s personal account in “Truth Social” and shared a picture of “Pig” on it and also wrote “Donald J. Trump” on it.
The New York Times also cited various sources in its report as saying that hackers hacked several accounts of Donald Trump’s social media network websites.
According to a group of hackers, the Truth Social website is not yet publicly available and is under construction, but they took advantage of the site’s vulnerabilities to create a fake account, including hacking Donald Trump’s account. ۔
Former US President Donald Trump announced the launch of a new social media network, Truth Social, on October 21.
According to Donald Trump’s team, a trial version of “Truth Social” will be introduced to US consumers by the end of November, when it will be fully introduced in the first quarter of 2022.
Truth Social will be developed by a new company formed by the merger of the Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG) and a special company (SPAC).
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. The network is likely to be similar to Facebook, but some believe that Truth Social will be a microblogging platform similar to Twitter.
Donald Trump was the 45th President of the United States from November 2016 to January 2021 and his Facebook, Twitter and YouTube accounts were shut down due to his hateful and misleading posts.
Twitter closed Donald Trump’s account on January 9, 2021 and banned him for life, while Facebook closed his accounts on January 7, 2021.
YouTube also shut down Donald Trump’s channel on January 27, 2021, while SnapChat and Instagram also banned him.
Donald Trump hinted in March 2021 that he might introduce his platform due to a ban by major social media websites.