Voting Machines

Evidence emerges that “the most secure” election “in U.S. history” wasn’t secure.

Eighteen months after former United States Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency Director Chris Krebs called the 2020 presidential election “the most secure in U.S. history,” the government is finally admitting serious software vulnerabilities in the voting machines used in many states. In an advisory published on June 3, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency identified nine flaws in Dominion Voting Systems software.

Read more at “America’s Top Cybersecurity Agency Admits Voting Machines Are Hackable”

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