Truth Social Hack: Truth Social, the impending social-media platform founded by former President Donald Trump, was hacked only a few hours after it was announced that it would begin. At the moment, customers may sign up for a waiting list on Truth Social’s website, which also offers an iPhone app made by a firm known as “T Media Tech LLC” that is available for presale. Sources with ties to TRUTH Social, the social media platform founded by former President Donald J. Trump, have confirmed that users signing up for the platform will not only be able to stand up to tyranny but that their data will also be hacked before they have finished setting up a profile, according to sources with ties to the new platform.
During a rally commemorating the TRUTH website’s debut, Trump claimed, “TRUTH is going to be so sophisticated, genuinely, the top of the line in social media, and it will have been heavily hacked before the information has ever found its way onto our site.” In fact, they’re exhibiting a great deal of interest, and they’re coming from the most affluent parts of the globe, including Russia, Ukraine, and even the Russian Federation. Due to the fact that we handle the hacking of the data for them, it has attracted a significant amount of foreign investment. And when you’re the President, the users are content to let you get away with it.”
According to Alexander Dunne, one of the primary developers behind the new network, he hopes that the pre-hacked data would offer TRUTH a competitive advantage over other social media platforms.
It didn’t take long for word of the public website to spread across social media after reaching the hands of Canadian hacker Aubrey “Kirtaner” Cottle, who used the information to put up fictitious identities for a number of high-profile persons, including QAnon founder Ron Watkins.
Hackers claiming association with the organization Anonymous established bogus identities for Trump and his former advisor Steve Bannon on Truth Social, the social media network that Trump launched on Wednesday, according to The New York Times. Trump and Bannon are both members of the group. A number of fictitious identities, including those belonging to conspiracy theorist Ron Watkins and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, were also created up.
According to the magazine, the hackers uploaded a photo of a defecating pig on a Twitter account with the name @donaldjtrump, with pictures being shared on the social media platform.
The location, according to TMTG, will be available to invited guests in November and to the general public in the first quarter of 2022. Preorders for the software are now being accepted on Apple’s App Store, and those interested may sign up for a waiting list.
That alone was sufficient for Anonymous hackers to get access to the prerelease version of the Twitter-like app, according to Aubrey Cottle, a hacker linked with the group, who spoke to The New York Times about the incident. The website claimed to have seen screenshots that corroborated the hackers’ allegations, and it said that hackers had obtained access to the site within two hours of Trump launching the project.