Some people are claiming that this election could be a sign of the apocalypse, but others have taken a lighter view of the political process.
The malicious hackers discovered that by simply editing the URL of the press release archive, users could make the header say literally anything.
An embarrassing lapse of cyber security in a campaign that has been dominated by accusations of Hillary Clinton’s own ineptitude over her email servers.
But enough serious politics, lets laugh at the weird messages that people decided to post:
omg the URL hack on the Trump page. First the cake and now this. What a night. pic.twitter.com/YLgJ3xeBG7
— Me, Stacy (@SilverStGroud) November 8, 2016
— Shoshana Weissmann (@senatorshoshana) November 8, 2016
— Rhodri Marsden (@rhodri) 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
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
— Kashmir Hill (@kashhill) November 8, 2016
Great work you sneaky hackers, thanks for the light relief from a relentless election cycle.