Trump’s Website Hacked, Defaced By Iraqi Hacker

President Trump has been hacked by an novice hacker allegedly from Iraq.

An Iraqi hacker hacked and defaced a server related to presidential marketing campaign fund-raising for Donald Trump.

Hacker Pro_Mast3r, claiming to be from Iraq, focused the server Sunday night.

According to Ars Technica, the hacker defaced the house web page with a peace message.

While the web site is just not immediately linked to Trump’s presidential marketing campaign fundraising dwelling web page, the server: is behind Cloudflare’s content material administration and safety platform, in keeping with ArsTechnica.

While the certificates of the server is legit and appears like an actual Trump marketing campaign server, the picture displayed is linked to another web site. The image reveals a person in black fedora with the next given textual content:

Hacked By Pro_Mast3r ~
Attacker Gov
Nothing Is Impossible
Peace From Iraq.

The defaced web page

The supply code of the hacked server doesn’t comprise of any malicious script, in keeping with Italian IT journalist Paolo Attivissimo. Instead, it’s an animated script which additionally features a hyperlink to javascript on a now-nonexistent Google Code account, masterendi, beforehand related to the hacking of not less than three different web sites. In his weblog, Attivissimo has deemed the hacker “very amateurish”.

The identification of the hacker nonetheless stays unclear.