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Clinton emails not a major security issue

WASHINGTON -- Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while secretary of State raised questions among security experts Wednesday about whether she might have compromised sensitive government information. Analysts said they don't yet know entirely how it worked. But at least one expert who looked at the scant public records available on the account -- hdr22@clintonemail.com -- said the arrangement would have permitted private spam and virus filter company McAfee to access her emails if it wanted to. "The email traces all end at McAfee," said Brian Reid, a cybersecurity expert with Internet Systems Consortium. "If nothing else, they have and had the technical ability to read her ...

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