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Venafi: First three months of Clinton private email was unencrypted and unauthenticated

Tim Greene | March 13, 2015
During the first three months of Hillary Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State, the private mail server she used for sending emails was unencrypted and unauthenticated using digital certificates, according to a study of her mail domain by security firm Venafi.

Bocek says Clinton's server is a Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) 7 running Exchange 2010 and is still active. "At the time of inspection, communications between the server and applications were being authenticated and encrypted," the company says.

Venafi says it gathered the data about Clinton's mail server using routine, non-intrusive Internet scanning.

 

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