Yesterday, unknown hackers hacked into the official website of Donald Trump's election campaign (donaldjtrump (.) Com). The cybercriminals placed a "stub" on the main page of the resource, parodying the standard notification of the seizure of the domain by law enforcement agencies.
As you can see in the screenshot above, the hackers' message read that "this site has been hijacked" because "the world is tired of the fake news spread by President Donald Trump every day."
The hackers also said that they had compromised several devices of Trump and his entourage, and now they have various classified information at their disposal, including data on the origin of the coronavirus. Along with this, the criminals published the addresses of two cryptocurrency wallets, inviting everyone to "vote" for or against the publication of this data by donating Monero to one of the wallets. Most likely, it was just a trick to get more money from users.
Dayface stayed on the site for about half an hour (until 23:30 UTC), after which the resource returned to normal. The spokesman for Donald Trump's headquarters, Tim Murto, has already made an official statement and said that no confidential data was compromised during the attack, and law enforcement agencies are already investigating what happened.