New York Times:
A former aide to Hillary Clinton has turned over to the F.B.I. computer security logs from Mrs. Clinton’s private server, records that showed no evidence of foreign hacking, according to people close to a federal investigation into Mrs. Clinton’s emails.
The security logs bolster Mrs. Clinton’s assertion that her use of a personal email account to conduct State Department business while she was the secretary of state did not put American secrets into the hands of hackers or foreign governments.
The former aide, Bryan Pagliano, began cooperating with federal agents last fall, according to interviews with a federal law enforcement official and others close to the case. Mr. Pagliano described how he set up the server in Mrs. Clinton’s home in Chappaqua, N.Y., and according to two of the people, he provided agents the security logs.
There is evidence of spam e-mails sent to the server, some coming from Russia, but apparently no evidence that they were successful in breaching Clinton's security protocols.
Remember the entire argument put forward by the conservatives is that the private server was less secure than the State Department servers, and that it potentially put classified information at risk.
However what needs to be pointed out is that those Russian hackers DID breach the state department e-mail servers, and probably got their hands on all kinds of sensitive information, while Hillary's supposedly "at risk" private server remained secure.