WASHINGTON (TIP): A computer used by Paula Broadwell, the woman whose affair with David Petraeus led to his resignation as CIA director, contained substantial classified data that should have been stored under more secure conditions, law enforcement and national security officials said on Wednesday. The contents of the classified material and how Broadwell acquired it remain under investigation, the officials said. But the quantity of classified material found was significant enough to warrant a continuing probe, the officials said. President Barack Obama told a news conference on Wednesday there was no indication so far that any classified information had been disclosed as a result of the Petraeus scandal. As a reserve officer in military intelligence, Broadwell – co-author of a biography on Petraeus – had security clearances that gave her access to classified material, several officials said.