As reported by FoxNews
That was the three-letter response from top Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin — familiar Internet shorthand for “Oh my God!” — when Justin Cooper, the technology pro overseeing Clinton’s private home-based email servers, told her shortly after midnight on Jan. 9, 2011, that “someone was trying to hack us.”
The revelation was contained in a trove of newly released, partially redacted FBI documents from the agency’s investigation into whether Clinton mishandled classified information — a probe known as the “Midyear Exam.” The document release reveals numerous episodes in which the Clinton team either suspected it had been hacked or seemingly acknowledged that security measures had come up short.
In a tense email exchange, Cooper wrote to Abedin at 2:57 a.m. Sunday: “I had to shut down the server. Someone was trying to hack us and while they did not get in i didnt want to let them have the chance to. I will restart in the morning.”
At 6:30 the next morning, Abedin wrote to State Department officials — including Clinton’s chief of staff at the time, Cheryl Mills — “Don’t email hrc [Hillary Rodham Clinton] anything sensitive. I can explain more in person.”
Later that year, Cooper wrote to Clinton, “It is a constant fight to keep up with the security measures and unfortunately we keep seeing reminders of why we need to.”
And in August 2010, according to the documents, Clinton aide Monica Hanley wrote to Abedin after receiving a suspect spam email: “Yeah I wonder if someone hacked in. that stinks.”
The files also included the handwritten notes of agents’ March 2016 interview with Cooper, who described the presence of a “SCIF” — an acronym “sensitive compartmented information facility” — in Clinton’s Chappaqua, N.Y., and Washington, D.C., homes.