I find it amazing about Dominion’s defense of not being able to connect to the Internet at all, when, in fact, there were videos of Dominion’s representatives giving presentations to potential clients, and ‘stressing’ the fact that their computers CAN be ‘networked’ with Ethernet. Look, minimally, all it takes is a configured network card and cabling attached to an Internet connection or any configured cable modem. Thumb drives are, also, used to transfer information back and forth through USB ports. Remote access to the computer can be configured, as well, through opening a port. Even with a VPN, virus, and other intrusion prevention software, hackers have a field day with these systems. Jovan Pulitzer demonstrated a test on one of the battleground state’s ‘non-networkable’ election computers for their State Legislatures. Within 15 seconds he said, “I’m in!” He showed them how he could maneuver around inside their computer on screen. They were appalled! So, as a former Network Engineer and Information Systems Consultant, we need to go back to PAPER BALLOTS for elections!
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