Columnist: Hillary Clinton ‘might as well have posted documents on an open blog’
Internet-security experts say Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server to transmit national secrets was so vulnerable that she might as well have published them online.
Corruption: It’s been known for some time that Hillary Clinton’s personal email contained top-secret government material. We’re also learning just how vulnerable her system was. She might as well have posted documents on an open blog.
While secretary of state, Clinton conducted State Department business through a personal email account handled by a private server that did not meet the government’s security standards. The homebrew system was probably the most susceptible to hackers during its first two months of existence when emails passed through it without encryption.
The domain name clintonemail.com was registered on Jan. 13, 2009, eight days before Clinton became secretary of state, Computer World reported last month, “but it wasn’t until March 29 that the first (security) certificate was issued for the domain.” The certificate is necessary to encrypt connections from cell phones and computers accessing the server and email account, said the report.
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