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Can you decide if the 2020 election was Fair, Transparent, Auditable or Deception. Watch the short videos below to decide.
Fair Transparent Auditable Deception
Election Theft is Real
Explosive Video from Kansas Senate Hearing - Maria Zack's Earth Shattering Testimony
Garland Favorito, Election Integrity Expert In Georgia, Joins Cleta Mitchell
Findings of the Colorado Voting Machine Investigation
Retired Justice Michael Gableman Discusses Wisconsin Election Investigation
Kill Chain: Hacking the EAC - Election Fraud
Mesa County Colorado Report #3
Here's a list of the US agencies and companies that were reportedly hacked in the suspected Russian cyberattack
Microsoft confirmed it was compromised in the cyberattack (videos)
Episode 1 When nation-State Attack
Episode 2 - The hunt for global threat
Episode 3 - Countermeasures
Episode 4 - After-action report
The Big Hack The Big Hack How China Used a Tiny Chip to Infiltrate U.S. Companies
The attack by Chinese spies reached almost 30 U.S. companies, including Amazon and Apple, by compromising America’s technology supply chain, according to extensive interviews with government and corporate sources.
Did This Happen in the 2020 Elections?
Since the implants were small, the amount of code they contained was small as well. But they were capable of doing two very important things: telling the device to communicate with one of several anonymous computers elsewhere on the internet that were loaded with more complex code; and preparing the device’s operating system to accept this new code. The illicit chips could do all this because they were connected to the baseboard management controller, a kind of superchip that administrators use to remotely log in to problematic servers, giving them access to the most sensitive code even on machines that have crashed or are turned off.
This system could let the attackers alter how the device functioned, line by line, however they wanted, leaving no one the wiser. To understand the power that would give them, take this hypothetical example: Somewhere in the Linux operating system, which runs in many servers, is code that authorizes a user by verifying a typed password against a stored encrypted one. An implanted chip can alter part of that code so the server won’t check for a password—and presto! A secure machine is open to any and all users. A chip can also steal encryption keys for secure communications, block security updates that would neutralize the attack, and open up new pathways to the internet. Should some anomaly be noticed, it would likely be cast as an unexplained oddity. “The hardware opens whatever door it wants,” says Joe FitzPatrick, founder of Hardware Security Resources LLC, a company that trains cybersecurity professionals in hardware hacking techniques.
How the Hack Worked, According to U.S. Officials
Without an Full Forensic Audit of the hardware and software we will never know if our systems have been compromised.
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