Report: Security features disabled on Clinton's private server in 2010

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  1. yaxomoxay macrumors 68030


    Mar 3, 2010

    June 22, 2016, 06:36 pm
    Report: Security features disabled on Clinton's private server in 2010

    By Jessie Hellmann
    Key security features on then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's home email server were disabled for weeks in 2010, The Associated Press reports.

    When State Department staffers struggled over a serious technical problem involving Clinton's server, they disabled security features that left it more open to hackers, according to emails obtained by the AP.
    Weeks later, Clinton's staff shut down the server after attacks by hackers.

    The staff disabled specific software intended to block phishing emails that could deliver dangerous viruses.

    After staffers turned off those features, they said in an email: "We view this as a Band-Aid and fear it's not 100 percent fully effective."

    Clinton has previously denied there is any evidence her email server was ever hacked. The campaign didn't reply to request for comment to the AP Wednesday.
  2. maxsix Suspended


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    Allegedly... hyper focused on growing her wealth and power to extreme heights, we're looking at a very smart, yet incredibly nefarious man hating woman.

    Her hypocrisy allows her to support female genital mutilation within the cultures that practice it, just as though no one is being harmed. Wholesale abortion in the USA, practiced as fast as the doctors can rip out the body parts.

    Her money is sourced from countries, organizations and businesses that make Trump's business moves look like childs play.

    Once the coronation is over, she'll cackle, hack, and continue the dismemberment of the first and second amendments with warp speed.

    For the clueless liberals, it's all one happy dance.
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