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Trump Uses Unsecure Phones

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Trump Uses Unsecure Phones

Trump Uses Unsecure Phones

President Donald Trump reportedly uses unsecured phones for White House business, rather than encrypted phone services intended for top government officials, according to a recent Washington Post report.

Business Insider spoke to cybersecurity experts about how hackers can gain access to phone conversations on unsecured devices.

Unsecured phones are an easy target for hackers, according to the experts, who said they are "so easy to hack it's scary.


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