Truss's phone was hacked by Putin

Truss's phone was hacked by Putin

After the start of the war with Ukraine, Russia's full attention was on the next steps of countries like America and Britain. In such a situation, he was making every effort to keep an eye on every single activity of these countries. It has now emerged that the personal phone of former British Prime Minister Liz Truss was also hacked by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

According to the Daily Mail report, Liz Truss's phone was hacked by a suspected agent working for Russian President Putin. The incident happened when Truss was Britain's foreign minister.

Many secret details leaked
According to the report, many secret details were leaked after Truss's phone was hacked. This also included his personal messages with Truss's close friend Quasi Quarteng. Quarteng later became Britain's finance minister. Apart from this, his talks with Truss and foreign ministers of other countries after the Russian attack on Ukraine are also included in this. In this, there was much important information related to the shipment of weapons to be sent to Ukraine.

Hacking detected two months ago
According to the report, the phone of former British Prime Minister Liz Truss was discovered to be hacked only two months ago. Truss was then part of an ongoing leadership campaign to become prime minister. Later she also became the Prime Minister, although she had to resign from her post a month later.

Messages downloaded for one year
The report revealed that messages were downloaded from Truss's mobile for a year. However, the British government has refused to comment on it. A government spokesperson says they have a robust system in place to protect against cyber threats.

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