The Beta for Trump’s ‘Social Truth’ Has Been Ordered Online Again

An experimental version of former President Donald Trump’s social network”Social Truth“Posted online this week, less than two months after the mobile beta take over by a handful of journalists and trolls.

In a now-deleted tweet on Wednesday, Bloomberg News journalist William Turton revealed the domain name for Truth Social’s beta website, where select users tested the platform ahead of next year’s launch. .

Web analytics, located at alpha.dw4nx3zk8.com, shows a login page for those who have been granted early access.

“Welcome to the TRUTH Social Test Release,” the announcement states. “We are delighted to have you here and we really appreciate your patience while we are actively making TRUTH more accessible to everyone.”

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Registration data for the domain indicates that the URL was first secured on October 21, less than 24 hours after the mobile beta went offline earlier this year.

A hacker claiming to be affiliated with Anonymous told the Daily Dot at the time that they had lie mobile beta after searching the developer’s name for the platform’s unreleased iPhone app.

The mobile beta, public on the open Internet, allows anyone with access to sign up for an account. This has given many individuals, including journalists, the ability to sign up for accounts as prominent individuals like Trump and former Vice President Mike Pence. The mobile beta is offline drag after that.

Just like the mobile beta, the beta at alpha.dw4nx3zk8.com went offline on Thursday just hours after the Daily Dot began tweeting about the discovery. The current beta doesn’t allow users to sign up for an account like the mobile beta does, protecting the platform from an embarrassing repeat of October.

The test domain now redirects to truthsocial.com, where users can simply sign up for a waitlist to join the site when it officially launches. It is not yet clear where the test version of the site is currently located online.

The discovery comes after Truth Social announced this week that they have plans partner with Rumble, a Canadian video platform used mainly by conservatives.

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*First published: December 16, 2021, 1:02 p.m. CST

Mikael Thalen

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