Voting Machines Hacked using only a ballpoint pen

(PCC)OMG! Dominion Voting Machines Hacked using only a ballpoint pen, in court and in front of the Judge! University of Michigan Professor demonstrates vulnerabilities in Dominion Voting System during court proceedings by changing the vote tallies using only a ballpoint pen!

But it doesn’t stop there! The complete process and sworn testimony were witnessed by the Court, Judge, Clerk of the Court and became part of the official court records!

As the 2024 presidential election approaches, there is a growing focus on election integrity, particularly in light of recent developments in a federal court in Atlanta. An election integrity group is currently involved in a lawsuit against election officials, aiming to replace Dominion Voting machines in Georgia with paper ballots.

The trial, which began on Tuesday, witnessed the plaintiffs passionately requesting U.S. District Judge Amy Totenberg to cease the utilization of Dominion Voting Systems touchscreen machines, which are widely used by almost every in-person voter throughout the state.

On Friday, a noteworthy revelation emerged as University of Michigan Professor of Computer Science and Engineering J. Alex Halderman showcased his ability to manipulate tabulations on a Dominion Voting machine using just a pen.

This captivating demonstration unfolded in the courtroom, capturing the attention of Judge Totenberg. Halderman and Security Researcher Drew Sringall, an Assistant Professor at Auburn University, had previously worked together on a report in July 2021. Their research revealed significant vulnerabilities in the Dominion Voting Systems’ ImageCast X system.

In June 2023, the Federal District Court for the Northern District of Georgia unsealed the 96-page Halderman Report, which confirmed the existence of vulnerabilities in Dominion’s software  could potentially allow for the manipulation of votes. The report highlighted concerns regarding the possible exploitation of these vulnerabilities in the upcoming Georgia elections.

In a statement following the release of the report, Professor Halderman expressed concern about the potential for these vulnerabilities to be exploited in the future. The report highlighted a concerning vulnerability that could potentially be used to distribute harmful software, posing a significant risk to the election system.

Adding to the concern is the allegation  Judge Totenberg, who was appointed by Obama, kept the investigation results sealed and hidden until recently. Reports suggest  Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger postponed the implementation of security patches by Dominion until after the 2024 presidential election, despite concerns raised by experts.

Dominion, although not directly involved in the case, issued a statement highlighting the existence of multiple layers of strong operational and procedural safeguards. They strongly emphasized  these safeguards, overseen by local election officials, effectively prevent any physical tampering.

Judge Totenberg, who had previously raised concerns about the state’s election system, put forward practical policy measures in an October order. These measures involve the removal of QR codes on ballots, the implementation of more stringent cybersecurity measures, and the implementation of more thorough audits.

Final Word: Is anyone surprised about this? Once again Trump was right! But will the voting breach be fixed! Absolutely! ……right after the November elections!





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