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Donald Trump's email servers are not secure

Republican presidential candidate Donald J. Trump has a worryingly insecure internet setup. Websites representing Trump's organization — his hotels, golf courses, realty business, and more — are all running internet server technology that's riddled with holes, according to a security architect speaking with Vice's Motherboard. The news might not be such a big deal in another election, but Trump has repeatedly leaned into his opponent, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, for her use of an insecure private email server while serving as Secretary of State.
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