A secure version of the story now appears on the Trust's official website.
A statement from the Trust read:
"The Tottenham Hotspur Supporters' Trust would like to point out to any Spurs fans that downloaded the answers from Daniel Levy during the early evening that questions 16 and 19 were amended by somebody who 'hacked' into our site.
"The correct version now appears in Adobe Acrobat format.
"We take the security of our web site very seriously and have taken a dim view of this incident. We can only assume that this was done by a so called fan of another club.
"The Trust would like to apologise to any supporter who was offended by what they read, to Daniel Levy whose words were corrupted, to Glenn Hoddle, Steffen Freund and Kazayuki Toda who were all named in the false answers."
The Tottenham Hotspur Supporters' Trust has apologised after a question and answer feature with our chairman Daniel Levy was hacked into and altered last night.