Citizens of America discovered a nefarious “hack” in Donald Trump’s campaign website. Through simply editing the URL that directed to the press release archive, users could make the header say whatever random, clever or combative words they wanted. All you have to do was put the desired text at the end of the URL separated with “%20”.
The glitch is now no longer effective (sadly). But before the fun ended people wanted to see many different things on Trump’s website.
omg the URL hack on the Trump page. First the cake and now this. What a night. pic.twitter.com/YLgJ3xeBG7
— Stacy (@SilverStGroud) November 8, 2016
— Kashmir Hill (@kashhill) November 8, 2016
What a second… was that screenshot I posted a hack? Funny, because I thought that was a legit Trump sentence. pic.twitter.com/nqb0TENsiw
— Raul Torres (@uz88) November 8, 2016
Donald Trump's website has been hacked and the world will never be the same pic.twitter.com/lbWxmIgWHh
— Cabot Phillips (@cabot_phillips) November 8, 2016
— Rhodri Marsden (@rhodri) November 8, 2016
— Shoshana Weissmann (@senatorshoshana) November 8, 2016
— Steph Haberman (@StephLauren) November 8, 2016