The profiles of former foreign secretary Mr Johnson and Environment Secretary Michael Gove were among those reportedly accessed.
He also namechecked Margaret Thatcher, the Conservative prime minister from 1979 to 1990 who remains a hero to many in the party, and said it was a disgrace that no banker had been jailed after the 2008 financial crash.
Mr Johnson said the PM's Brexit blueprint - which ties Britain to a common rulebook with the European Union for trade in goods - would be "politically humiliating for a £2 trillion economy", would lock Britain in the "tractor beam of Brussels" on regulation and would prevent it from making its own laws.
It would end the free movement of people but still allow citizens to continue to work and study in respective countries. The Financial Times's Seb Payne described it as the "beginnings of a leadership bid".
Launching an extraordinary attack on senior Conservatives, he continued: "When you see these insane notions of some Tory politicians of the last days: Boris Johnson, his latest invention, you have seen that?"
It is expected her conference speech on October 3 will be similarly combative.
"Then there's Mr Rees-Mogg who's saying 'yeah, I have the proposals for the future of Brexit, ordinary citizens and their savings can be secure after Brexit!' and in the meantime he's opening for himself an investment fund in Ireland, to transfer his money to Ireland".
"We will give credence to those who cry betrayal, and I am afraid we will make it more likely that the ultimate beneficiary of the Chequers deal will be the far-right in the form of Ukip, and therefore the far-left in the form of Jeremy Corbyn".
"That's the real nightmare scenario". "There are real opportunities for the United Kingdom outside the European Union".
It is feared that will lead to the UK's ports and airports being thrown into chaos, and even a shortage in medicines as well as perishable foods.
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At one point Harry came down to shake the kids hands and their teachers' hand and things got a little awkward. They also visited the Survivor's Network charity , which supports those who have suffered sexual abuse.
"Unlike the prime minister I campaigned for Brexit", he said.
Mr Burns said: "If Chequers had a slogan, it would be "not in Europe, but run by Europe".
Mr Redwood said: "She has got to listen to it because this is the heart of the nation, the heart of the party".
The conference will provide a theatrical platform for the former foreign secretary to push his agenda and distract from Mrs May's message. 'Our research shows that the public doesn't like the idea of a second referendum.
She accused May of failing to acknowledge the reality around her, saying: "It's the general election all over again".
But already Mr Asma's workforce is dropping.
Her own future remains full of uncertainty. We want you to change the policy of Chequers. "God knows what they can do", he said.
"When you go into a negotiation you have to understand the position of the people you're negotiating with", the Chancellor told BBC Radio 4's Today.
"We just did a fair in Paris and came back on the same day".
The uncertainty has led to business concerns that there will be no deal, potentially leading to tariffs and border delays.