There is always a back door into a computer.This implies that Dominion was administering the election, not Maricopa County officials.
That is not unusual- selling the machines is only the start. The real money is in the annual maintenance and administration contracts. A lot of jurisdictions sub out the actual election- designing the ballots, programming the machines, etc.
It's not hard to reset the passwords, and the Dominion passwords are stored in a SQL script that is clear text. The one I gave in post #3 is a real password- Dominion apparently uses the same one on all their election servers.
Whether it's the Windows administrator account or the Dominion admin account, either one is simple to reset using either Power Shell or AD manager, or the SQL management tools.
Worst case, you install another instance and import the data. Or they can boot a completely different OS if they want, and gain root access that way.
Bottom line- this isn't much of an obstacle for CN or CyFir.
Obstruction.,,,the question i have is this all more about obstruction or not
FAITH-there are HACKERs in this World-that care not about passwords-and they all not following leftist agendaAnd now Ken Bennett is saying Dominion is refusing to hand over the passwords. At least we know who was really running the election...
BREAKING... AZ Audit Director Ken Bennett: Dominion Refuses to Comply with Subpoena and Turn Over Password to Their Maricopa County MachinesArizona Audit Director Ken Bennett joined One America News to discuss the latest developments in the Maricopa County forensic audit. On Thursday The Gateway Pundit reported on this explosive news from Arizona. The Maricopa County Election Board claimed this week they do not have ‘Admin’ access...www.thegatewaypundit.com
I think the bigger problem is once the dominoes start falling people will realize that even their previous audits they claim that were done, were, cursory and fake.It shows the hypocrisy of the DOJ letter.
They are worried about a contractor doing the audit, but it's okay for a contractor to run the election? How does that compute?
I don't believe that Maricopa County officials wants to use Pro V&V and SLI Compliance again! Un real… I think I said this earlier but it's worth repeating. The Maricopa County officials failed to disclose the conflict of interest previously between the voting machine vendor and the auditing companies. Dominion, Smartmatic, Pro V&V and SLI Compliance are all members of the Election Assistance Commission (EAC); CISA’s Sector Coordinating Council and have partnered together for years. Can you say conflict of interest! Not only that as the Col. said, they also certified the machines in the very beginning of the election process.