• [VIDEO] PBS Newshour did piece on Dominion voting system before the election and what they found was =?ISO-8859-1?Q?troubling=85?=

    From Ubiquitous@weberm@polaris.net to alt.tv.pol-incorrect,alt.fan.rush-limbaugh,alt.politics.elections,alt.politics.media,alt.politics.usa on Fri Nov 13 21:05:08 2020
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    PBS Newshour did a piece on the Dominion voting systems in Georgia
    before the election and what they found was troubling to several
    experts:

    https://twitter.com/kylenabecker/status/1327329411805421570

    PBS Newshour had a white hat hacker named Harri Hursti inspect the
    system and he said they have set up a complicated system which is centralized; it doesnt seem to have any safeguards.

    They described the system as having a lot of moving parts, saying its
    an assortment of laptops, iPads, magnetic cards, touch screens, printers
    and scanners.

    PBS says the devices replaced touchscreens in 2019 which didnt created
    a paper ballot, but one of the women responsible for bringing about this change isnt terribly happy with the new system either. And election
    experts have found several troubling problems with the new system,
    especially the Q.R. codes it creates for tabulation:

    Alex Halderman looked closely at the Q.R. codes where the votes
    are encoded for the scanner. By analyzing the structure of the
    Q.R. codes, I have been able to learn that theres nothing that
    stops an attacker from just duplicating one, and the duplicate
    would count the same as the original barcode.

    And in late September, another concern came to light. During
    testing, election workers found half the names of the 21
    candidates for Senate intermittently disappeared from screens
    during the review phase. Dominion sent out a last-minute
    software patch.

    Halderman caution: Im worried that the Georgia system is the technical equivalent to the 737 MAX. They have just made a last-minute software
    change that might well have unintended consequences and cause even more
    severe problems on Election Day.

    Hirsti expressed concern that the system was being rushed out with the
    proper testing:

    You never want to rush something which is mission-critical,
    and this is mission-critical, into production without proper
    time for testing.

    Thats really one of the ways bad actors are finding the
    vulnerabilities to exploit is looking for honest vulnerabilities
    and finding out if they can be weaponized, if they can be
    exploited.

    The actual segment goes on for 7 minutes and you can watch it below: https://youtu.be/v62C-riEZ0I

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  • From BeamMeUpScotty@NOT-SURE@idiocracy.gov to alt.tv.pol-incorrect,alt.fan.rush-limbaugh,alt.politics.elections,alt.politics.media,alt.politics.usa on Mon Nov 16 10:43:40 2020
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    On 11/13/20 8:05 PM, Ubiquitous wrote:
    PBS Newshour did a piece on the Dominion voting systems in Georgia
    before the election and what they found was troubling to several
    experts:

    https://twitter.com/kylenabecker/status/1327329411805421570

    PBS Newshour had a ‘white hat hacker’ named Harri Hursti inspect the system and he said “they have set up a complicated system which is centralized; it doesn’t seem to have any safeguards.”

    They described the system as having a lot of moving parts, saying “it’s an assortment of laptops, iPads, magnetic cards, touch screens, printers
    and scanners.”

    PBS says the devices replaced touchscreens in 2019 which didn’t created
    a paper ballot, but one of the women responsible for bringing about this change isn’t terribly happy with the new system either. And election experts have found several troubling problems with the new system,
    especially the Q.R. codes it creates for tabulation:

    Alex Halderman looked closely at the Q.R. codes where the votes
    are encoded for the scanner. “By analyzing the structure of the
    Q.R. codes, I have been able to learn that there’s nothing that
    stops an attacker from just duplicating one, and the duplicate
    would count the same as the original barcode.”


    or running the same ballot 50 times? Depending whether it ends up in a
    locked container and placed there by the machine after it's scanned?

    The election fraud is a reality. They stopped a lot of it in Florida...
    after several election filled with fraud.

    Some of it was firing/charging people in PRECINCTS that committed the
    fraud. Surprise, they were Democrats.



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