"Hacker" hacks Trump's social network before its launch and publishes a picture of a pig

Former US President Donald Trump's "TRUTH Social" network has been hacked, hours after he announced its future launch.

 According to Washington Post reporter Drew Harwell, people were able to access the social network that has yet to open through a public link, adding that Trump's account on the site had been hacked, and posting a picture of a pig on his page.

"Anyone can create an account on Trump's TRUTH Social using a public link," Harwell said. "The site hasn't launched yet, but it's already very vulnerable."

The day before, the former president spoke about creating the Trump Group for Media, Technology, and Social Network.

It was noted that TRUTH Social will launch in beta in November and go into full-scale operation next year.

It is reported that Trump's pages were blocked on almost all social networks after January 6, when his supporters stormed the US Capitol, preventing approval of the results of the presidential election.

They loaded up hundreds of old Trump posts (sorry, Truths) and have been Favoriting and ReTruthing them.

Love to leave my test software out in the open for several months pic.twitter.com/peLb0KR4Gq

— Drew Harwell (@drewharwell) October 21, 2021

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