Electronic voting machines and their software: Q&A with cybersecurity expert Bryson Bort

An ES&S DS850 8000-ballot-per-hour central-count ballot scanner. Source: Wikipedia.

The Internet is rife with theories about voting machines and how they can be hacked. Various self-proclaimed smarties about computing have expounded theories as to how the Democrats changed votes. These theories have gotten shared widely online and even have made their way into a few media outlets. The media has reviewed and cast doubt on the claims being made about election software being compromised (e.g., herehere, and here). But since some folks on the right are hesitant to trust the media, I decided to consult with an expert who works for a right-leaning think tank — Bryson Bort. He knows cybersecurity and elections software…. (Read more)

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