The AP has a new report out this morning that sheds new light on Hillary Clinton’s home-brew email server, none of it good. The system, according to the AP, lacked even basic protections to prevent a hacker from accessing information through Microsoft’s remote desktop product:
— AP Politics (@AP_Politics) October 13, 2015
New details about Clinton's server this morning, including likely insecure Remote Desktop and VNC: http://t.co/o94pQIB6dE
— Jack Gillum (@jackgillum) October 13, 2015
So the Clinton email server was more unsecured than we thought. Campaign response? "Ya ain't got no proof, boys" http://t.co/8lK6ypfEcw
— Ron Fournier (@ron_fournier) October 13, 2015
— Elliott Schwartz (@elliosch) October 13, 2015
One expert interviewed by the AP called it “total amateur hour”:
— BI Partners (@BI_contributors) October 13, 2015
So, does President Obama want to stick with his just a “mistake” defense of her server as well as the claim that there was no threat to national security?
— ABC News (@ABC) October 12, 2015
Obama on Hillary's server: "This is not a situation where national security was endangered." How does he know that? @60Minutes
— Josh Rogin (@joshrogin) October 12, 2015
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