Friday, March 13, 2015

Hackers vs. Hillary

James Rosen talks to the tech guys, who find more problems with Hillary Clinton's private email server.
Just the original decision to use a private email account, with Clinton’s own surname embedded in it, has baffled the hacker community. The analyst with experience in the intelligence community, a “white hat” hacker -- the kind corporate firms retain to conduct “penetration testing” that exposes businesses’ cybersecurity lapses -- told Fox News: “If we learned that the foreign minister of a major foreign country was using her own private server to send and receive emails, and was relying on outdated commercial software to operate and protect it, that’d be a hallelujah moment for us.”

1 comment:

edutcher said...

What do you want to bet every one of those emails is safe on somebody else's hard drive, CD, DVD, or flash drive?