A single typo from a Clinton campaign aide gave Russian hackers access to a decade’s worth of emails, some 60,000 in total, owned by Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta. Clinton campaign aide Charles Delavan wrote in an email to one of Podesta’s aides. later published by Wikileaks, that Podesta must “immediately” change his password after the exhausted chairman clicked on a phishing email requesting he change his Gmail password. Delavan then urged Podesta’s aide to ensure two factor authentication was set up on the account.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: The Register