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Election security encryption keys stolen in Philly?


CodeMonkeyRemember the USB drives stolen in Philly? Those USB drives were admin access devices to enter the configuration and debug screens of the voting machines. With those stolen drives, someone could potentially change, purge, or inject ballots with impunity.

The AP reported on the theft.

AP“It is very, very common that a USB stick has a wealth of information that is related not only to the configuration of the election and its ballot — and the behavior of the voting device — but also internal system data used to validate the election,” said Perez. “In principle, someone possessing the information on one of these USBs could disrupt the opening and closing of the devices in polling places. They could disrupt how ballots are displayed on the screen and they could potentially disrupt counting votes on those ballots.”

And a month or so later when we run the actual election, what do we see? Massive election fraud in Philly.

This entry was published Tue Nov 17 16:39:59 CST 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-11-17 16:39:59.0. [Tweet]

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