Footage from a DEFCON hacker conference in Las Vegas shows a hacker demonstrating how to gain administrator access to a voting machine in under two minutes.
In the 2018 video, Rachel Tobac, CEO of SocialProof Security, shows how an electoral machine used in most states can be easily compromised in seconds without any tools.
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In the video, Tobac explains that accessing the administrative functions of the voting machine is as easy as removing the cover with a release button, unplugging the card reader, picking the lock to turn on the machine – what ‘she says can be done with a ballpoint pen – and by pressing the bright red “on” button. After starting the machine, a “secure voting terminal” loads on the screen. An error message appears, but Tobac presses “cancel” and “agree” on the screen, which brings him to the catalog of voting data.
The hacked voting machine – which appears to be a Premier AccuVote TS or TSX – was just one of many features in the conference’s Voting Village exhibit, which showed just how decidedly old-school voting technology can be. be easily compromised. The voting machine has already come under scrutiny but is still in use.
Voting machines manufactured by Premier Election Solutions, which was acquired by Dominion Voting Systems in May 2010, “are currently in use in more than 1,400 jurisdictions in 33 states and serve nearly 28 million voters, according to a press release. Americans. “
Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani announced on Wednesday that whistleblowers at the Dominion voting software company would soon be making shocking revelations of voter fraud.
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