From New York Post
Tech staffers at the State Department temporarily disabled crucial security features on Hillary Clinton’s private email server in 2010 — leaving a trove of sensitive information vulnerable to hackers.
Anti-virus software was turned off after Clinton and aide Huma Adebin experienced problems sending emails, it was revealed Wednesday in documents released under court order to Judicial Watch, the conservative advocacy group suing the State Department for access to public records from Clinton’s tenure as secretary.
State staffers were desperate to resolve the problem, according to their own emails to each other.
“This should trump all other activities,” a senior technical official, Ken LaVolpe, told IT employees in a Dec. 17, 2010, e-mail.
Another senior State official, Thomas W. Lawrence, emailed days later that Abedin, deputy chief of staff, personally asked for repair updates.
Abedin and Clinton, who both used the private server, had complained that emails each sent to State staffers were not reliably received.
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