Both Twitter and the White House have rejected the news that a Dutch principle hacker accomplished to access president Donald Trump’s Twitter account by guess-working on his password.
Magazine Vrij Nederland stated this week a man named Victor Gevers succeeded to log into Trump’s Twitter account for the second time, at the first time he managed to gain access with two other hackers four years ago.
The VN account, also declared in English, that victor simply estimated that Trump’s password was “maga2020” in mere seven tries and that the president had turned off the two-phase authentication procedure which should have gone through.
He also indicates that he was the one to post the Babylon Bee chirp in Trump’s name and speaks that soon afterward, ‘he forwarded a tweet in his own name, cataloging Trump and Team Trump, saying the Babylon Bee chirp could now be detached, as it did what it was made for’. The article also details Victor’s work to signal the White House, Trump, and US sanctuary to the fact that he had accomplished to enter the account under ‘accountable leak regulations’ but it wasn’t till the evening of October 20 that they communicated with him.
Nonetheless, both US representatives and Twitter say they have no indication that proves the claim, and numerous tech reporters have disputed the indication given by VN. A screenshot allegedly presenting that the flag president uses weren’t there on his Twitter home page and it wouldn’t take much effort to forge it, Vice tech bulletin site Motherboard stated their study of the claim.
But many believe that the flag is not extracted in the edit mode and there is no evidence to prove that. VN reporter Gerard Janssen, who brought the story, later replied on Twitter claiming ‘the Twitter declares ‘no prof’ which is kind of odd if you did saw the prof I saw.’