The state Department considered Clinton a violator of the rules of cybersecurity

The inspector General, U.S. Department of State has published a report which acknowledged that being a head of Department, Hillary Clinton made a serious violation of safety rules when using electronic mail, writes The Wall Street Journal.

The report, which has been prepared for consideration by the Congress, no recommendations for the investigation or punishment of any of staff of former Secretary of state or the Clinton. It contains a warning to all state Department employees from using personal mailboxes for official purposes.

In addition, the document States that violations in this area was made by predecessors, Clinton as Secretary of state, in particular Colin Powell and Madeleine Albright staff.

The scandal with the mail server, Clinton erupted in March 2015, when it became known that she, as Secretary of state, used for correspondence personal mail server located at her home. Clinton critics saw this as a violation of the law on freedom of information, as the correspondence from her private servers were not included in the archives and was not accessible for inspection and publication. Secondly, critics, Clinton said that the hackers were able for years to learn the state secrets stored on it poorly protected server.