April 08, 2015

After Russia hacks White House emails, "Grandma" Hillary's homemade server proves she's a security risk

Rebel Staff

Russia has hacked into the White House computer system and has had access to its information for months, via the State Department.

The compromised information included President Obama's daily schedule.

This incident raises even more questions about Hillary Clinton's refusal to use an official State Department email, using a private server instead.

Does anyone believe the Russians or some other enemy of America couldn't hack into her "homemade" server even more easily?


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commented 2015-04-09 22:18:03 -0400
What is more I would like to add that there is a widespread notion that taxpayers get their money’s worth in Crown assets that are Eaton’s quality rather than Walmart quality…by virtue of the assumption that government procurers are governed by policy directives that would give them the same scope as those who choose…oh let’s say President’s Choice brand groceries for Loblaw’s .

It is sort of like one of the common misconceptions about firearms…that the military have the best of the best and they far outperform what is made for the civilian market….that is like saying that army cooking is better than what you would get at a restaurant with a cordon bleu chef.
commented 2015-04-09 21:51:38 -0400
To Guy Fraser …..YESSSSSSSS!!!!…what is more people don’t know the half of it and people like you and me are not at liberty to tell them the other half!!!!
commented 2015-04-08 19:53:15 -0400
The Russian’s have kept most of the secret files they have on paper. Wonder why?
commented 2015-04-08 17:17:03 -0400
No, I don’t agree. I have built many Mail Servers and they have never been hacked. The problem with big government servers is they are managed by bureaucrats and are often build with hardware and software acquired through lobbyists. Most large ISP’s and Government Servers have been hacked while mine kept running without loss or disclosure of any credentials. Building a very secure server that is functional is not easy but it does not need to be expensive especially if you do NOT use big lobbyist components.
commented 2015-04-08 15:42:35 -0400
freekinn democrats leftists have always something to hide.
commented 2015-04-08 15:24:09 -0400
Hag Hillary is a fool. Justin admires China. Obama hates Christians and doesn’t know what a red line means. Putin is a Psychopath. ISIS wants the world. China will fail. I’m going back to watching cartoons. Oh yesss! Go back to paper files. Not so Easy to steal or burn (ask Conrad Black) and it would energize the pulp and paper industry.
commented 2015-04-08 14:02:01 -0400
It is very clear that no home server is safe from hacking. It is also clear that she would have had no clue if her security had been compromised. Maybe it was. Will we ever know?