Twitter says it has 'no evidence' 's account was hacked by Dutch security ...

Twitter has said it has 'no evidence' that Donald 's account was hacked, after a Dutch security researcher claimed he accessed the president's account using the password 'maga2020!' and shared a satirical Babylon Bee article. 

Victor Gevers, a Dutch government worker and leader of non-profit GDI.Foundation which exposes data breaches to the public, said he managed to guess 's Twitter password after seven attempts and post something from his account. 

Gevers also said had no extra securities in place such as two-factor authentication to prevent hackers accessing his account.  

The shock revelation comes four years after Gevers along with two other Dutch ethical hackers allegedly managed to break into 's account just three weeks before the 2016 election. 

Twitter has denied the hacker's claims saying there is 'no evidence' of a breach of the president's account.  

Victor Gevers, a Dutch government worker and leader of non-profit GDI.Foundation which exposes data breaches to the public (pictured), said he managed to guess Trump's Twitter password after seven attempts and accessed his account

Victor Gevers, a Dutch government worker and leader of non-profit GDI.Foundation which exposes data breaches to the public (pictured), said he managed to guess 's Twitter password after seven attempts and accessed his account

Twitter has said it has 'no evidence' that Donald Trump's account was hacked, after Gevers claimed he accessed the president's account using the password 'maga2020!' and shared a satirical Babylon Bee article

Twitter has said it has 'no evidence' that Donald 's account was hacked, after Gevers claimed he accessed the president's account using the password 'maga2020!' and shared a satirical Babylon Bee article

Gevers told the Dutch news outlet VN he accessed 's Twitter account on October 16 after he decided to check the account was safe from cyber attack.

'I always run random checks. Whenever someone is in the news, I monitor. I ran a check on the Biden, Pence and Harris accounts,' he said. 

'Anyone receiving media attention is a potential target and deserves protection. Regardless of who they are.'  

Gevers said he noticed that 's account had its two-factor-authentication disabled.

All verified or 'blue tick' accounts have a mandatory two-factor-authentication where a code is sent to another device when a log in is attempted in order to verify that the person trying to access the account is genuine. 

The hacker tried seven different passwords including: 'yourefired', '!IWillAmericaGreatAgain!', 'MakeAmericaGreatAgain', 'MakeAmericaGreatAgain!', 'Maga2020', 'Maga2020!' and 'maga2020!'

Gevers said the last attempt - 'maga2020!' - was correct giving him access to 's account including all of his direct messages and Twitter history. 

Access would also grant the user the ability to change 's password, his profile picture and post tweets purporting to be the president. 

The hacker appeared to take credit for a tweet on October 16 where Trump's account shared a satirical Babylon Bee article (above)

The hacker appeared to take credit for a tweet on October 16 where 's account shared a satirical Babylon Bee article (above)

Gevers suggested to VN that he posted a tweet from 's account to draw the president's attention to the lack of security on his account.

The hacker appeared to take credit for a tweet on October 16 where shared a satirical Babylon Bee article.  

'Twitter Shuts Down Entire Network To Slow Spread Of Negative Biden News https://babylonbee.com/news/twitter-shuts-down-entire-network-to-slow-spread-of-negative-biden-news via @TheBabylonBee,' 's account

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