The defacement lasted about half an hour and seemed to be related to cryptocurrency, according to The New York Times.
"There is no indication that this attack was in any way state-sponsored, and while it strikes a partisan tone, one can hardly say that this is a very coherent attack against the Trump platform", tech expert Devin Coldewey wrote.
Whoever posted the message, which used Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Justice logos to parody a notice put on websites seized by the USA government, claimed to have compromised devices belonging to Mr. Trump and his relatives.
The hacking comes less than a week after a Dutch researcher allegedly gained access of Trump's Twitter account after correctly guessing his password, 'maga2020!'.
In a message, it threatened to "discredit" Trump as president and said the attackers would choose to share or keep secret their incriminating data based on which option received more votes in the form of cryptocurrency sent to their accounts, as well as a supposed encryption key to verify their identity. Or at least would be asked to provide additional information, ' Gevers told De Volkskrant.
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