Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley sent classified information over an unclassified email system.

As her staff was crafting her response to North Korea testing an intercontinental ballistic missile, Haley was communicating with them from home using her Blackberry 10 after losing her password to the classified system, according to documents obtained through a FOIA request from American Oversight, a watchdog organization.

“Can’t find my password for the high side,” she wrote to staff, a report from the Daily Beast said.

The released documents reveal heavily redacted messages that include “B1 category: classified national defense and foreign relations information”; 1.4(B) “foreign government information”; and 1.4(D) “foreign relations or foreign activities of the United States, including confidential sources.”

As her staff was crafting her response to North Korea testing an intercontinental ballistic missile, Haley was communicating with them from home using her Blackberry 10 after losing her password to the classified system, according to documents obtained through a FOIA request from American Oversight, a watchdog organization.

“Can’t find my password for the high side,” she wrote to staff, a report from the Daily Beast said.

The released documents reveal heavily redacted messages that include “B1 category: classified national defense and foreign relations information”; 1.4(B) “foreign government information”; and 1.4(D) “foreign relations or foreign activities of the United States, including confidential sources.”