Trump campaign website broken into by hackers
"This site was seized," said a message that popped up on donaldjtrump.com, which normally carries details of rallies and fundraising appeals.
"The world has had enough of the fake-news spreaded daily by president donald j trump", the message went to say, US media reported.
The technology website Techcrunch said the hack appeared to be a scam intended to collect hard-to-trace cypto-currency Monero.
They instructed people to send crypto-currency to one address if they wanted the information revealed and to another to keep it secret.