GETTR, the newest pro-Trump social network, was hacked on launch day and is now fighting with furries

GETTR is the newest pro Trump social network. It was hacked at launch and currently bans furries.You see, right while you were celebrating America’s independence on July 4th, the latest right-wing social networking platform was celebrating its official launch...and getting hack. (More on the furries to come.)GETTR, the "free speech" new social media platform that Jason Miller runs, was infiltrated by a hacker called "@JubaBaghdad" on Sunday.Insider reports that GETTR accounts belonging prominent figures such as Marjorie Taylor Greene and Steve Bannon, Mike Pompeo and conservative cable news channel Newsmax were affected by the hack. GETTR's official profiles, including Miller, were also affected. All these users can be verified on the platform.The hackers changed the account names. The profiles were accessed by "@JubaBaghdad" (free palestine).Zachary Petrizzo, a Salon writer, was among the first to notice Sunday's hack. Petrizzo says that the account changes were made around 10:10 ET.However, the hacker did more than just change display names.Petrizzo tweeted that the hacker had spoken to him and showed him the personal data he was in a position to extract from the website. These data include usernames, email addresses, and birthdays. It doesn't appear that passwords were stolen in the breach.According to the hacker the site is still "compromised" by an "API server bug as of yesterday morning, 24 hours after the hack.Petrizzo was told by a hacker that there are still many bugs in Gettr's code. He also said that hackers could continue to exploit these bugs to make black market sales of the data.Miller, however, refutes the claim in a statement to Reuters.Miller stated that the problem was quickly detected and sealed. The intruder could only change a few user names.Insider spoke with Miller about the hack and attempted to make it a positive.Miller said, "You know you're shaking things up when people come after your," In a matter of minutes the problem was discovered and sealed. The only thing that the intruder could do was change some user names. We have already seen more than half a billion users sign up for our new platform.Politico leaked the news about the latest right-wing social networking site GETTR on July 4. It was initially being referred to as "Team Trump" because Miller was involved, but the role of former President Donald Trump was not clear.Jennifer Jacobs, Bloomberg News' reporter, reported that Trump would not be participating in financial or participatory aspects of the platform. Trump rejected offers to join right-wing social media platforms like Parler.GETTR is marketed as a social media platform that can be cancelled, but it has banned a lot of users. On July 1, far-right personality Baked Alaska was removed from GETTR.Although Baked Alaska didn't mention the suspension on GETTR immediately after, it is unclear as to why. Gab is a favorite platform for white nationalists. Baked Alaska faces criminal charges in connection to his January 6th storm of the Capitol Building.GETTR users complained about being banned from the platform when they posted furry porn involving Sonic the Hedgehog at the time of this article being published.Kotaku reports that hashtags like #sonicfeet or #sonicmylove have penetrated GETTR.Users have been trolling the site with furry content to test the "free speech" values that GETTR is built on. Sonic, an iconic video game character, is very popular in online communities. Furries are also welcome to join.