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comakevin76 109 points ago +109 / -0

Critical Infrastructure should never be online. The first rule in security. Paper ballots signed and verified with ID. So simple.

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FlyinHeadlock [S] 59 points ago +59 / -0

The old school machines from the 40's / 50's were damn near bullet proof. More of an abacus level machinery but totally effective. If something isn't done about this situation the whole world will be in chaos in no time. Stealing elections has another prize; royally pissed off people.

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learntocode 24 points ago +25 / -1

SoyBoi tech fags have squandered our hard earned advantages. Solid state electronics can be designed to work when digital shit is crapping out and insecure. Ladder diagrams and PLCs over rasemaberry piehole bullshit.

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BasedNtruth 6 points ago +6 / -0

100%

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Mashiki 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's worse than that. MBA's saw a way to cut costs, and dove head first into it. Instead of having a separate intranet that's air gapped for critical infrastructure, they put SCADA systems up that could be easily hit directly on the internet.

I'd blow your mind at some of the shit I've seen in just the last 5 years. Like a coal powerplant with every component from feeders to scrubbers directly hooked online, or the cement plant's kilns and W2E feed system openly connected to the net with no SCADA system at all.

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learntocode 0 points ago +1 / -1

It is dumb as fuck to slap a chinese made circuit board where some domestically made relays and solenoids belong unless you can juice a half a percent "savings" w a one time labor cost to swap shit out and then cut a ton of preventative maintenance out because all you circuit boards are sending data to a chinese controlled cloud.

People in this country are oblivious to how close we all are to a rapid descent to worse than third world conditions if these large systems fail or simply become unreliable.

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The_Bloofy_Bullshark 29 points ago +29 / -0

Now I don’t work in energy, but I do work with quarantined/segregated networks all the time at work. I’m talking servers without any connection to the outside world outside of the lab in which they are contained. Any interaction is done in lab or via a KVM to allow the user (if needed) to interface with the hardware (any profile to allow mounting a drive or copying files on/off are disabled). Any machines on said segregated networks are kept clear of any switches that have externally-visible devices on them.

These systems are most likely not able to communicate with the outside world. Any networking is done more than likely peer-to-peer over their own separate segregated VLAN (if they had networking of some sort involved - which would make sense to allow individual nodes to communicate with each other).

Someone had physical access to those machines or someone really fucked up their security audits. Kind of interesting that the timing for this is in line with Biden handing control over to the Chinese.

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1776ThereIsaidIt 12 points ago +12 / -0

Conditioning. Raise the prices to 5-6 a gallon eventually so the masses will be grateful to buy it at 4 a gallon. They have been doing this shit for a few years.

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BasedNtruth 4 points ago +4 / -0

Dead on

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Gmama2 5 points ago +5 / -0

So you are saying the president of the company was at the capitol on the 6th? There is no bigger crime in the US right now.

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Imransgarage 9 points ago +9 / -0

I don’t work with shit but I guarantee some asswipe is surfing the web on the same machine he’s managing fuel flow with somewhere.

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sir_rockness 8 points ago +9 / -1

Did you look at the research the owner of 4chan did? He got his hands on the software and a voting machine.

It was a fucking joke... basically a Windows machine with no security... all sorts of applications installed with default security.

Step one on this shit would be to use open source software that was vetted by the online community, step two would be to put a super simple Nix OS on it with appropriate user level security setup...

I really don't need to go on... any moron with a copy of the basic security controls could have built a better system, but no we have the "experts" in the government setting up our voting systems... we get total shit and then they tell us that they are impenetrable.

Maybe its time we white hats switched to our black hats and setup shop next to the voting precint... bring Metasploit, Nmap, kismet, aircrackng, netcat and all of our other tools and expose just how shit these machines are next time....

nah... probably not because no one would care and no one would even understand what the fuck we are talking about... on top of that we can't even go to a con to expose it anymore cause the wuhan flu and shit

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marvinthehaggler 6 points ago +7 / -1

That's what I was thinking. These systems are air gapped, and if they are not then lots of people need to be fired and frog marched out of the building.

This was in person, hands-on espionage. I do not know if that means people fast-roping out of a helicopter or a deep cover dude or what. But it was not somebody telnetting into a mainframe asking WOPR to play a game.

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Ballind 5 points ago +5 / -0

They chose to shut it down. My guess is that the direct equipment is managed correctly but they got ransomware on the corporate infrastructure. No time clock, badge scans, email, etc.

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_Sully_ 5 points ago +5 / -0

And they likely aren’t. Ask yourself how this would happen then?

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Checkmate6Romeo 8 points ago +8 / -0

You wouldnt even need a CCP plant. Some brainwashed domestic born retard would gladly do it.

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454evr 5 points ago +5 / -0

I've worked in handling ballots. As soon as I heard that Pennsylvania dropped signature verification, I knew that the Dems had already smashed the storefront window.

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voxpopuli16 3 points ago +4 / -1

This would mean getting rid of secret ballots. Instead, you would be able to find each person's signed ballot and figure out who they voted for.

There are obvious advantages to this, but are people ready to give up the secrecy of the ballot box?

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Torrvarpen 12 points ago +12 / -0

There's another solution, no voting unless you vote at an actual voting location where ID is required. Vote secrecy would still be available because it's on site, then have the official election day on a Sunday always, while also having a few locations open a week earlier so that everyone has a chance to vote.

Federal ID would be required, so that you can't vote in multiple states. And results from each location should be counted and reported in every night, so that nobody can tamper with the votes overnight, counted votes should get a hole in them and there should always be people watching the count, have cameras and let the public inside to watch too, but in silence. 100% paper voting obviously.

The final question is people with dementia, mentally retarded, lazy etc, people who normally wouldn't vote by themselves. It's a disgrace that lefties commonly pretend to "help" these people, but really all they do is stealing their votes.

And yet I'm the evil person for suggesting that you can't vote unless you are able to physically get to the voting both yourself and mentally choose who to vote for yourself. Sure have a lower table for people in wheelchairs and help old and physically handicapped who show up to get to the table, but they must cast the vote on their own, otherwise it's very likely some leftist fucktard tries to steal their vote.

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MICHIGANisRED 8 points ago +8 / -0

I think every ballot should have a stub at the bottom that the voter tears off and takes home. The stub has the ballots serial number and the voter can later verify online that their ballot was properly counted without revealing anyone's identity.

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FlyinHeadlock [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

Very similar to a cash register at Dairy Queen. Maybe states can adopt their receipt system or any other fucking store in the county.

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Gmama2 5 points ago +5 / -0

Make each elementary school a polling place, the precinct is the feeder area for the school, no more than 2000 voters. Have locals count votes. Make working the polls like jury duty so there are no "professionals" running it. Observers from both parties. Cameras. Paper ballots. A few people could count 2000 paper ballots in a day. Upload vote totals for each precinct on a public database so it can be verified by every person there.

It is low-tech and would make cheating at a large scale difficult. There will always be cheating. I watched grown men cheat in kid's sports for 20 years.

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Infuriator 65 points ago +66 / -1

I’m writing a strongly worded letter as we speak.

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beachbirdie 15 points ago +15 / -0

Be sure to use lots of bold text and exclamation points and underlines and stuff.

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Heavy_Metal_Patriot 12 points ago +12 / -0

Woah! That's going too far! Think about the optics!

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nankingRoastie 12 points ago +12 / -0

it was probably the feds who did it anyway. biden said he wanted to kill the oil industry and it also feeds back into the idea of the world economic forum demanding the removal of oil from the economy for "sustainability".

They send 20 agents to ivnestigate a pull rope at nascar but the oil pipeline was undefended.. yea ok.

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SecondProtectsFirst 3 points ago +3 / -0

Imagine if this happened under Trump. We’d never stop hearing about how this was all his fault and how the hackers may even be connected to his campaign

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grenades_and_ham 4 points ago +4 / -0

Woah! Easy there Adolf.

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OriginalDankStar 0 points ago +1 / -1

Micro aggression!

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GainesvilleFlorida 3 points ago +3 / -0

Infruriator shreds Liberals over pipeline hacking controversy, you won’t believe what he said next

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Old_Timer 3 points ago +3 / -0

Will it include “thoughts and prayers” ? Every strongly worded letter must include that phrase to be effective.

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MICHIGANisRED 2 points ago +2 / -0

Radical

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OldGreg 29 points ago +29 / -0

One would think that the systems on those pipe lines are almost impregnable.

Most secure election in history, though. They didn’t wait fifteen seconds to say that, but they can’t get the pipes flowing again?

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OldGreg 12 points ago +13 / -1

Yeah. Because the ransomware locked their monitoring equipment and data. That’s what it does. If they let the pipeline flow without monitors all kinds of issues would go unnoticed until they were catastrophes. Again, that’s what ransomware does; it locks you out until you pay.

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BewareOfThePug 5 points ago +5 / -0

Or to shutdown discussion of Keystone XL, can't hack Warren Buffets oil trains - yet.

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SecondProtectsFirst 2 points ago +2 / -0

If this was Trump we’d be hearing all about how incompetent he was for not knowing about it before it happened

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Klaus73 2 points ago +2 / -0

Given it is ransomware - I suspect the "hack" was someone plugging in a USB to a system that was connected to what I suspect would be a air-gapped network for the most part. Most decent ransomware would have likely propagated through the network LONG before its effects were felt - so shutting it all down would serve little function.

Furthermore - if DarkSide had actually broken into the network externally (likely social engineering - look at who had admin permissions and likely had their credentials used) might not have been a "hack".

If it was a "hack" its probably because of work-from-home; the guys at colonial were allowing users to use their own machines to remote into the office/network and one of them likely was using a machine that had already been compromised by "free" software..

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Liberty4All 2 points ago +2 / -0

Work from home is a big security hole for this reason.

And it's not just a matter of educating employees about security and getting them to be careful. In many households the family shares a computer. So even if your employees are reasonably careful, what about the rest of their families?

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OldGreg 1 point ago +1 / -0

Because that’s what Ransomware does; it locks you out of your own data. What you described is them having the only copy of the data and having to pay to get it back. How it really works is simple; they put an encrypted hash on certain things, possibly even the operating system itself, and lock you out with an unknown code. If you try and break it yourself, your data goes bye bye. If you pay, you MIGHT get the correct code, most often you won’t.

Fun fact: that cyber criminals hacker group thing, DarkSide? Yeah, they’re new. Weirdly enough, it’s made up of experienced people in this sort of thing. Now, how would anyone know that? Incidentally, I find that rather odd that a new group with experienced members just popped up. These people trust no one; I’m not saying it’s impossible or would never happen, but I’m saying it’s very rare.

As to your question regarding monitoring and data, you partially answered that yourself, but it’s an assumption. There are monitoring stations, there are other computers that serve other functions, I would imagine, it monitoring is only one reason I can guess that would force a pipeline to shut down. The other reason is that they couldn’t count how much they were owed without it. Is it correct? Meh, maybe. We’ll see, and that will depend on what the propaganda tells us, which will depend on what they are told.

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Torrvarpen 5 points ago +7 / -2

It's interesting tho that locations like this who probably spent billions on building and maintaining the pipes, can't spare a few hundred extra bucks on replacement computers, so in the event of a hack or malware they just replace the disks, boot up, and bam, the new system takes over where the old one left of.

It's also interesting why they feel the need to run Windows in locations like this, which are prone to get infected by viruses, particularly older versions. And the license fees cost more than the computer hardware itself. GNU+Linux and never give any of the employees root access or even the right to install software would have stopped this issue from appearing in the first place.

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Kylsix 2 points ago +3 / -1

Spoken like a truly ignorant Linux fanboi. You guys are insufferable.

Just recently an entire distro had vulnerabilities put into it on purpose by a college and no one noticed. Linux has vulnerabilities that are decades old. Open-source is a double edged sword, and ultimately relies on volunteers to not be lazy and be fully aware of every line of code committed to their branch. Which just doesn't happen.

And yes, state-level and professional hackers are just as capable of compromising Linux systems as they are Windows systems. They do it all the time. To think otherwise is stupid, ignorant, and possibly catastrophic if you are someone who works in IT. People like you only think about user computers that are protected by their insignificant market share. But you fail to realize that the overwhelming majority of network services run on Linux distros. That is something that the aforementioned hackers are well aware of.

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OldGreg 1 point ago +1 / -0

What’s even more surprising to me is their apparent lack of a hot or warm secondary, which would operate on a different network with different machines and connections entirely. IF they were maintaining good back ups with something like this, they could have effectively avoided the shut down. That’s IF the network itself isn’t compromised; maybe that’s what happened, I don’t know.

I do know that Microshaft gives a lot of really good deals to businesses and the DoD which is why almost every location uses a mix of Linux and Windows.

Fun fact: there is malware out there that can give itself root access to any machine it gains cursory access to.

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OldGreg 12 points ago +12 / -0

Ransomware is pretty nasty shit; most of the time, even if you pay up, that data is gone. I’d say upward of 85% of the time as an old news guess, it’s some sort of phishing vulnerability. “Hacked” gets used because it sounds scary or something. The fact that it’s a “new group with experienced members” tells me that it’s a mountain of bullshit, too. Those types of people don’t trust each other for shit.

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SecondProtectsFirst 2 points ago +2 / -0

All part of the plan, comrade.

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OldGreg 1 point ago +1 / -0

That’s a very likely scenario, given that a lot of remote connections aren’t nearly as secure as they should be.

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OldGreg 6 points ago +6 / -0

It could have been as stupid as picking up a random flash drive laying on the ground and plugging it in.

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xkgb 7 points ago +7 / -0

Or clicking a bad link.

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OldGreg 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yup, just as bad.

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SecondProtectsFirst 2 points ago +2 / -0

Pretty much every IT training I’ve ever had says not to ever do that

Funny, back in college I remember wondering why my marketing campaign of leaving random flash drives of music around campus wasn’t working. I wasn’t very security savvy, I guess. They even looked like something that would make all your base belong to us.

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14DaysToFlatten 0 points ago +2 / -2

Ransomware is pretty nasty shit; most of the time, even if you pay up, that data is gone.

This is incorrect. The criminals decrypt, as they want more payments in the future. Paying the ransom works.

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OldGreg 0 points ago +1 / -1

??? maybe in your case it did; most other times it doesn’t.

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14DaysToFlatten 1 point ago +2 / -1

No, you're just making stuff up. Why? Nobody would pay the ransom if they didn't decrypt. Stop making shit up.

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OldGreg 1 point ago +1 / -0

????????

Ok dude. Tell you what, you find me a list of places that paid the ransom and actually got their stuff back, I’ll let you think you’re right, because you aren’t.

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14DaysToFlatten 0 points ago +1 / -1

Ok, old news guy. I work in computer disaster recovery. What do you do?

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Taxis -11 points ago +4 / -15

Imagine leaving things this important to the private sector. This is what you get.

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SendThemBackToCanada 3 points ago +3 / -0

Agreed, especially in the hands of globalists.

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OldGreg 3 points ago +4 / -1

The problem isn’t the private sector, it’s the fact that most applications and software are written with old stuff. That old stuff has vulnerabilities that were not fixed before they were incorporated into the new stuff; someone tries it and finds it, it can be hours to months before anyone knows anything.

The problem is not testing these things for security before putting them into the wild. It’s not done because the latest and greatest can be updated with fixes after the companies make the money. Seems pretty flawed, right?

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Taxis -6 points ago +2 / -8

It's stupid to put critical infrastructure into the hands of the private sector. You can say whatever you want, but please look at history. Please look at the Gilded Age. Please look at this event right now. Then think about your position. Don't make excuses abut software. I don't care.

It's about national security. That's it.

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GEOTUS_JR 3 points ago +4 / -1

Fuck off, commie.

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OldGreg 1 point ago +1 / -0

This event right now was probably someone bored at work that clicked a wrong link, plugged in some random flash drive, or any number of social engineering BS that occurs. Whether it’s state or private security of any means, the weakest part in this is the user, but ok. You would like us to pay the government for our fuel? That’s effectively what you’re saying, which effectively is communism.

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Taxis -1 points ago +1 / -2

It wouldn't be communism. It would be good political policy and secure our oil. But you can only think in terms of economics. It's either communism or capitalism. Stop with the isms and start thinking.

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OldGreg 0 points ago +1 / -1

Yeah, that’s not exactly how that works dude, but ok. Have fun with that.

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Taxis -2 points ago +1 / -3

But it can work like that.

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Tbaron 24 points ago +24 / -0

I cannot understand this current push by manufacturers of gadgets to have everything be "smart" and be somehow connected to the internet or wirelessly....it's absolutely idiotic from a privacy and security point of view.

It's a hacker's paradise to create chaos and mischief.

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ReformedSJW 5 points ago +5 / -0

In the game Shadowrun they gave cybernetics online functionality specifically so hacker characters would have more to do.

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iorek 4 points ago +4 / -0

Also, nearly every cyberpunk genre has a historical incident that a super hacker destroys the internet and everything connected to it with an unstoppable virus.

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Somalia_is_gay 10 points ago +12 / -2

Probably a false flag to implement more government control. Just like "covid"

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Torrvarpen 5 points ago +5 / -0

Perhaps it's the same shit as with the other pipeline that was cancelled. Remember who owns the trains, perhaps it's the same person who want to transport all that oil by train, they would do anything to make the competing pipe look bad, then appear as the savior of the day.

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Tbaron 9 points ago +9 / -0

In the nation's infrastructure there has been a heavy push for automation and remotely controlled instrumentation....but with ease of use comes with a price....vulnerability to hacking.

This critical infrastructure needs to be hardened and taken much more seriously.

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BabyTrump 9 points ago +9 / -0

Turns out Dominion is just sending the gas down to Mexico.

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itsdangerous 6 points ago +6 / -0

am a highly ranked security engineer. it is much harder to compromise power companies and oil companies in general than voting machine companies. the later is your run of the mill mediocre sw company that has no specific plan or even security team. hack them, insert your code in the builds, you dont even have to do much.

power companies and the like on the other hand are require to abide at least by nist standards and have security teams, which generally understand how bad shit is of compromised. nothings fool proof, but given the new cycle about how this was a mistake from "hackers" and not a nationstate i just assume its a cover up and they want oil to be unreliable or something (i lost 100% faith that any such news is even remotely genuine over time)

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Techrev 2 points ago +2 / -0

I agree with you there. This was either a false flag, or it's something that's being overblown for political purpose. I've worked on too many big networks. This really doesn't make a lot of sense to me.

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Imransgarage 2 points ago +2 / -0

So basically the same conclusion as the rest of us. Ff.

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itsdangerous 1 point ago +1 / -0

yes

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Techrev 1 point ago +1 / -0

And from what I can tell, compromising those voting machines just requires having access to them. It doesn't look very complicated to me. Back when it was all happening, people were all on about how secure they were and how hard it would be to get into them, but I've seen enough of them and how they work in videos - It would be nothing. You wouldn't even have to know much about computers. If you did, you could make those things say whatever you wanted them to.

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itsdangerous 2 points ago +2 / -0

oh its worse. these have internet, can update, can be remote controlled. they shouldn't but the do. all you need is to compromise dominion and put your backdoor in the update.. doesnt have to be on election night at all

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DutchPede78 6 points ago +6 / -0

Your vote has been changed ;)

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Snoman 3 points ago +3 / -0

That one allowed them into the power grid, phase III coming next.

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tom_machine 4 points ago +4 / -0

“It’s impossible to hack that, guyz”

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ModelMinority 3 points ago +3 / -0

The passwords for the voting machines and fuel supply is the same as Hillary Clinton's password. It's 123456.

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AbrahamLincoln 5 points ago +5 / -0

Mitt Romney: "That's amazing! I've got the same combination on my luggage! "

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DontArkancideMeBro 3 points ago +3 / -0

Passw0rd

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SavingPrivateGrace 3 points ago +3 / -0

I don't know why Democrats say gasoline hacking is moot. They don't like you driving carbon emissions, but they all have mansions and the best luxury cars.

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ChrztyAnn 3 points ago +3 / -0

we aren't the ones you have to convince that the election was stolen, we already know. This gas shit is pissing me off I'm in NC and 3/4th of the stations are out of gas, I had to drive 20 miles just to put gas in and they only let you get a max of $30 which is 3/4 of a tank on my car. I'm glad I considered mpg and fuel economy when purchasing my car I'm so thankful for doing my research.

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BirthHole 3 points ago +3 / -0

There is a much bigger threat: shutting down the electric grid. And that grid isnt hidden underground.

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KuzoKevin 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'm old enough to remember when when citizens showed up to vote....in person....with an ID.

I'm not quite 60 yet.

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454evr 3 points ago +3 / -0

Your vote has been recorded for Joe Biden

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Techrev 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm just sitting here wondering what kind of a moron ran ransomware malware on a server? How does any of that even happen? I could see someone's workstation, but to me none of this makes sense. If it was some other kind of attack, maybe I'd be less skeptical, but I just can't think of any situation where this one makes any sense.

Not to mention, if it's that critical, there will be backups. They take the system down, put a new machine in it's place, restore the back up, all good. But, even more than that, usually these things have several backup servers - sometimes east/west redundancy. Ransomware usually needs to be installed in some way, from what I've seen, it's not like a virus where it can travel from machine to machine. I don't know, there's really no medium or large size business whose computers I've worked on that could be completely shut down by something like this. And, if somehow it happened? It would be back up in an hour.

*Edit: I think I see. They shut down as a precautionary measure to make sure that there was nothing else malicious that was being done. Doesn't make a lot of sense, still, but I understand security wanting to go over everything with a fine tooth comb to be sure. Still, either this was a false flag attack, or - at best - they are jumping on it to try to pass something that isn't going to be good.

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Barrysstash 2 points ago +2 / -0

Bummer is the fbi is nothing but faggots too busy watching child porn to actually handle a real crime.

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MyDogCompletesMe 2 points ago +2 / -0

You know it'd be awesome if none of the trucks had any fuel to deliver anything to Washington DC, for about a month.

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MrStep 2 points ago +2 / -0

Why even bother voting for super simple, it's going to be adjudicated into a vote for Biden about an hour from now.

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DearCow 2 points ago +2 / -0

They found out who the hackers were; it was Exxon and Halliburton.

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love_and_peace 2 points ago +2 / -0

And how hard is it to make a fake birth certificate?

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1776ThereIsaidIt 2 points ago +2 / -0

I had to get gas at 6 a.m.this morning. Gas liines had started already.

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twoterms 1 point ago +1 / -0

where r u?

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1776ThereIsaidIt 1 point ago +1 / -0

North Carolina.

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twoterms 2 points ago +2 / -0

ah ok, i'm in NY, I wonder if we'll see an effect.

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UsernameChexOut 2 points ago +2 / -0

You literally have to be a complete idiot that's never turned on a computer in your life to think that the election can't be hacked

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obar1 2 points ago +2 / -0

only absentee ballots with medical certification

if you don t have ID inked fingers to avoid to vote again

3 days vote in case of pandemic to split the voters by surname along the 3 days

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learntocode 2 points ago +2 / -0

#SuperStraight's already know and agree

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cyberwar 2 points ago +2 / -0

Why is critical infrastructure connected to the internet?

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Zadok 1 point ago +1 / -0

Secure election = voter ID on paper ballots, counted by hand by both parties.

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Rock_Flag_Eagle 1 point ago +1 / -0

Stealing an election? Super easy. Barely an inconvenience!

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BigLove 1 point ago +1 / -0

My vote is for super simple

Too bad your vote doesn't matter anymore

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Gobhoblin 1 point ago +1 / -0

I just assume the letter agencies did the hack. They already shutdown keystone officially under Biden, why not go after the next pipeline? Got to keep panic going somehow and setup a need for foreign war

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fapoo 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't believe this narrative. Government says "We've been hacked by some Russians!!!" and you believe them?

Nah, something else is going on, we're not getting the full story, I guarantee it.

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Wcvarn 1 point ago +1 / -0

FBI too busy tracking down peaceful protestors to protect country from cyber attacks.

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Skills 1 point ago +1 / -0

Your vote had an error so it was adjudicated, the result has been determined, "A Conspiracy Theory."

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BlaineBug 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's absolutely ON PURPOSE. As another smart member pointed out, it was aimed right at SUMMER. When does everyone travel? SUMMER. With the airline industry being fucked, how is everyone going to travel this summer? AUTOMOBILE.

What do the climate fascists want? EXPONENTIALLY HIGHER FUEL PRICES to discourage driving! YES, it's absolutely true!

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AbrahamLincoln 2 points ago +2 / -0

They even started the narrative a few weeks ago.

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BlaineBug 1 point ago +1 / -0

What narrative is that? The narrative I mentioned is nothing new. I heard it last out of the mouth of staunch hardcore lefty 3 years ago.

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AbrahamLincoln 2 points ago +2 / -0

The specific narrative of "gas prices will rise this summer because of low supply" that came seemingly out of nowhere a few weeks ago, from all the propaganda outlets simultaneously.

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BlaineBug 1 point ago +1 / -0

They are moving full steam ahead.

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PeacefullautoFlavor 1 point ago +1 / -0

The Password was peanutO1 never forget

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VikingHalo45 1 point ago +1 / -0

Even easiler when the software designer is in on the hack.

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Gmama2 1 point ago +1 / -0

If only the FBI and CIA focused on threats like the pipeline rather than framing Trump and his supporters.

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weneedaweedeater 1 point ago +1 / -0

*Your vote has been changed from "super simple" to "impossible" by user CCP-Admin

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Lonnie62 1 point ago +1 / -0

You ever notice when a company says their system is so secure it’s virtually unhackable but usually gets hacked within a years time after saying it! Am I wrong?

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Deepee112 1 point ago +1 / -0

Facts

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Omgwtfbbq 1 point ago +1 / -0

I filled up my tank on Saturday and I feel really good about myself. I was close to getting that indicator.

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JetJocky 1 point ago +1 / -0

Could this be another dry run ? Do you remember when they tested their voter fraud operation in 2018 on the 6 GOP congressional districts in California ? They "won" them all. We saw 2020 coming a mile away and told them but they didn't "want" to see it. The bastards were in on it.