Hillary Warned in 2011 of Repeated Attempts to Breach State Officials’ Personal Email Accounts

The Washington Free Beacon discusses the memo, obtained by Competitive Enterprise Institute, written for Clinton discussing hackers who were attempting to breach officials' emails via "phishing."

Malicious actors routinely attempted to hack the personal email accounts of senior State Department officials during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as the nation’s chief diplomat, an internal memo reveals.

The February 2011 memo, obtained by the Competitive Enterprise Institute through an open records request and shared with the Washington Free Beacon, warned of “a dramatic increase … in attempts by [redacted] to compromise the private home e-mail accounts of senior [State] Department officials.”

All of Clinton’s official email communications as secretary of state took place through a personal email address housed on a “homebrew” server in her Chappaqua, N.Y., home.