The warning email was sent to donors on Wednesday, according to Reuters.
The warning email was sent to donors on Wednesday, according to Reuters.

The Clinton Foundation is again being discussed in cybersecurity circles, but this time it is phishing emails aimed at donors and not hacks that is .

Reuters cited two contributors and a copy of the email sent by the Foundation on October 5 that stated:

"I'm writing because it has come to our attention that some Foundation donors have received emails saying their Foundation account information has been hacked, and seeking to confirm personal information via a linked website," according to the email to donors dated Oct. 5 and signed by Danielle Stilz, the organization's chief development officer, Reuters reported.

Stilz went to say any such email receives is not from the Foundation and should be ignored.

This situation is separate from the alleged hack of the Clinton Foundation by Guccifer 2.0 that the Foundation as discounted as false.