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By SecureWorld News Team
Thu | May 18, 2017 | 9:27 AM PDT

Looks like "the cyber" is still a problem for the POTUS.

The Washington Times reports:

President Trump’s privately owned properties, including his Mar-a-Lago Club in Florida and Trump International Hotel in D.C., are rife with digital insecurities making them prime targets for hackers, according to a new report.

A recent investigation into four of Mr. Trump’s high-profile properties uncovered a number of poor security practices that may have already been exploited by spies, hackers and other advantageous adversaries, ProPublic and Gizmodo reported Wednesday.

Weakly encrypted Wi-Fi networks, publicly accessible computer servers and the use of outdated software are just a few examples of the gaping security holes identified by investigative journalists in this week’s report following an unsolicited audit of four Trump properties: Mar-a-Lago, Trump International Hotel in D.C. and Trump National golf courses in New Jersey and Virginia.