Friday, October 9, 2015

FBI Expands Hillary Clinton Investigation After Finding More Evidence The Communist Block Repeatedly Targeted Her Emails And She Had No Computer Anti-Virus Program For Months

Clinton's Computer Tech Referred To Her Deleted Emails As "Shady"

Hillary Clinton

The FBI has expanded its criminal probe into the email scandal concerning former U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton. It was revealed Clinton violated government policy in hosting her emails on a private server. The emails were also unencrypted. The latest news regarding the scandal reveals Clinton had no anti-virus software on the server for months, making it much more vulnerable to hacks.

It has already been established that the communist block targeted Clinton's private server. With no encryption or anti-virus software, she made it that much easier for them to obtain national secrets that were laid bare in Clinton's emails. Many of her emails were not marked classified when they should have been. The U.S. government has now gone over her emails and categorized many unclassified emails as classified. 

It has also emerged a computer company employee responsible for backing up and then on Clinton's orders, deleting her emails, became concerned, "Starting to think this whole thing really is covering up some shady s**t" is going on, as the FBI began closing in. Some of the emails do contain illegal behavior. Clinton also maintains relationships with criminals. Other items are just flat-out embarrassing and the Clintons do not want the world reading them.


An employee at the company managing Hillary Clinton's server feared 'covering up' something 

Oct. 7, 2015, 5:59 PM 33 - Employees working at a company that managed Hillary Clinton's private email server were reportedly instructed to reduce the length of time backups of her emails were saved on the server, according to emails exchanged by the tech firm's employees. One employee started to think that move "really is covering up" something related to Clinton's emails.

The emails, which are being investigated by the FBI as part of a broader inquiry into Clinton's private server, were released Monday in a letter from Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin), the US Senate Homeland Security Committee chairman, McClatchy and other outlets reported...

And after she left the US State Department, Clinton Executive Service Corp., a company linked to the former US secretary of state, apparently asked the tech firm overseeing her private server, Platte River Networks, to cut the length of time emails were stored to 30 days, according to the emails exchanged between Platte River employees.

"Any chance you found an old email with their directive to cut the backup back in Oct-Feb," one Platte River employee asked another, according to McClatchy. "I know they had you cut it once in Oct-Nov, then again to 30day in Feb-ish." 

The employee feared that cutting the backups would make the firm look like it was participating in a cover-up on behalf of Clinton Executive Service Corp., which was footing the bill for its services. "Starting to think this whole thing really is covering up some shaddy [sic] s---," the employee said in an email to a colleague, according to McClatchy.

"I just think if we have it in writing that they told us to cut the backups, and we can go public saying we have had backups since day one, then we were told to trim to 30 days, it would make us look a WHOLE LOT better," the employee added, according to Politico. "Wonder how we can sneak an email in now after the fact asking them when they told us to cut the backups and have them confirm it for our records."

Report: Clinton server faced hacking from China, South Korea and Germany 

10/08/15 07:17 AM EDT - Hillary Clinton's private email server containing tens of thousands of messages from her tenure as secretary of state was the subject of hacking attempts from China, South Korea and Germany after she stepped down in 2013, according to information reportedly obtained by Congressional investigators.

The Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee has found evidence of attempted intrusions into Clinton's server in 2013 and 2014, according to a letter sent by panel chairman Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) and obtained by the Associated Press.

The intrusions were detected by software installed by a Florida-based computer security firm, SECNAP, the AP report said. However, there were at least three months in 2013 when the server may have lacked any threat-detection program, Johnson wrote, according to AP.

The last batch of Clinton's emails released by the State Department under a court order in a Freedom of Information Act suit showed that Clinton received at least five emails from hackers linked to Russia. If Clinton opened attachments in the emails, her account and server could have been vulnerable to hacking, although it is unclear if she did so...

The story could undermine another part of Clinton's public response to the email controversy. She has repeatedly said there's no indication that her server was hacked. Asked in a CNN interview last month whether attackers from Russia or China hacked into her private account, Clinton replied: "There's no evidence of that."...