Another controversial statement was made by the President of the United States <br><br>Donald Trump during a campaign on the 19th of the month.
In a tweet, Trump said that no one can be hacked:
However, according to security experts, the President's statement is not valid at all.
Even Trump himself has fallen victim hacking. The hotel chain owned by the US president has been violated twice. The first time between 2014 and 2015 and the second time between 2016 and 2017. After each security breach, Trump hotels were forced to notify state regulators.
However, these reports reveal an interesting trend: each data breach resulted in the theft of credit card information. And in the second violation in particular, data and other sensitive information, such as visitor names, addresses e-mail and phone numbers.
Trump hotels, however, charged the breach to Know, a third-party credit card company, but it is unclear how many people in total were affected by the two data breaches.
These data breaches clearly prove that not only is it not difficult to hack, but they are also dangerous.
The truth is that users are facing more and more dangers in the digital world, as they can very easily be fooled by malicious agents. For example, hackers could impersonate an employee of a well-known company to persuade a user to give them personal information and passwords, or to trick them into downloading a link containing malware. Users should be vigilant and not easily trust emails or messages they receive from unexpected people. You should also be very careful with the links and attachments that these emails may contain, as they can lead to malicious sites.