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posted ago by CoolAsACucumber ago by CoolAsACucumber +820 / -3

BACKUP


This information is coming from CodeMonkeyZ Ron Watkins former site administrator of the imageboard website 8chan.

https://t.me/CodeMonkeyZ

CodeMonkeyZ: Whistleblower is not from Arizona.

Whistleblower is from one of the many other states that used the Dominion software.

Whistleblower went to excruciating effort to detail and archive everything possible.

Whistleblower was trusted enough to be given instructions on how to modify the BIOS.

https://files.catbox.moe/qh88h1.png

Today we will know what is behind the Supervisor password.

https://files.catbox.moe/kv3nlm.png

Arizona Election Machines BIOS password leaked?

https://files.catbox.moe/vvx9ln.jpg


(NOT THE LEAK)

500 page dominion manual:

https://votingsystems.cdn.sos.ca.gov/vendors/dominion/ds510a/ds510a-use-proc.pdf

Look at manuals Appendix A and compare with leaked picture

https://files.catbox.moe/kv3nlm.png


It appears this is going to be a slow burn.

CodeMonkeyZ: The scope of the whistleblower is beyond my initial expectations. This is going to take a bit longer to get out. Trying to get teasers out tonight and a video tomorrow

https://files.catbox.moe/s1q6nr.png

CodeMonkeyZ: Welcome to the Election Management System bios administrative panel. Just type in the password to unlock the Setup screen.

https://files.catbox.moe/fsqv7j.jpg

CodeMonkeyZ: You typed in the password? Good now Welcome to the Election Management System Server.

https://files.catbox.moe/r9ogp6.jpg


CodeMonkeyZ: Our whistleblower risked their life and livelihood by wearing a wire and hidden camera to capture this for the American People. Its blurry, but legible.

Wire?

Camer? (I assume he means camera)

https://files.catbox.moe/s520gh.png

CodeMonkeyZ: Sorry for the technical issues and delays earlier, but this footage is larger in scope that I initially thought it was going to be

Individual frames need to be redacted very carefully. A minor slip-up could potentially dox the whistleblower (Picture showing 2 disk drives at 465.8 GB each. A Portable SSD T3 and Toshiba MQ01ACF0

https://files.catbox.moe/uisasn.jpg

https://files.catbox.moe/v5qnl7.png


CodeMonkeyZ: Like a boxers jab, these images I am posting are just establishing credibility for the whistleblower.

If you're curious what is inside the BIOS administration panel that the vendor refuses to release the password for... Well, here's a taste.

https://files.catbox.moe/ddcutl.png

https://files.catbox.moe/z6s5rg.jpg


CodeMonkeyZ: The BIOS is a sub-operating system. It runs behind the scenes. Before your computer turns on and boots Windows, it follows the settings and instructions present in the BIOS.

What is CLOUD DESKTOP?

https://files.catbox.moe/1u639z.png


CodeMonkeyZ: What is PXE boot?

Hint it requires a network card: https://heimdalsecurity.com/blog/what-is-pxe-boot/

https://files.catbox.moe/nklhoz.png


(Not part of the leak)

PXE BACKDOOR ATTACKS

1 ADD A LOCAL ADMINISTRATOR DURING SETUP.

https://files.catbox.moe/lgeeci.jpg

2 MOUNT IMAGE DISK - ADD BATCH OR EXECUTABLE FILES TO ALL USERS

https://files.catbox.moe/ss1ihf.jpg

4 MOUNT IMAGE DISK - USE CHNTPW TOOL TO OVERWRITE ADMINISTRATION PASSWORD.

https://files.catbox.moe/up26wz.jpg


CodeMonkeyZ: Further intel on BIOS and related settings:

The screenshots display internal settings at a level beneath what you see when you typically access a device.

The BIOS is the ‘deep machine’ that lives just below the surface. From here, one can change low level settings like machine date & time, boot drive order, set system-level access passwords, or modify properties of the CPU.

Someone with access to the BIOS can configure a machine to ‘boot’ or startup from the network instead of the local hard drive (where one might have Windows installed) by enabling PXE, pronounced PIXIE, from the BIOS.

The BIOS isn’t a backdoor. It’s a side entrance that the owner/operator keeps the keys to.

https://files.catbox.moe/5ava0u.png


DOMINION WHISTLEBLOWER ADMIN PASSWORD REMOTE ACCESS

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"Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free." John 8:32

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A whistleblower reached out with footage filmed of the Dominion Election Management System inside an election center in one of the states that used Dominion software and hardware (not Arizona). As you will see in the video, the whistleblower initially discusses with a Dominion employee about who holds the BIOS password and it is discovered that the STATE is keeping the password - not Dominion, and not the county. Later, the whistleblower asks the Dominion employee about connectivity and whether or not the machines can be connected to the internet...

With just 1 minute and 17 seconds, we expose their most egregious lie.

FRAUD VITIATES EVERYTHING.

-- disclaimer: This footage was NOT filmed in Arizona.

-- https://etherscan.io/tx/0xe82badf03db7746fa67a61316e35ada6e13eaac36fcb970f61fa4f8ed440d1e8

https://files.catbox.moe/ljslwr.mp4

https://anonfiles.com/7aK1l6A5ua/Dominion_Whistleblower_Long_mp4

https://rumble.com/vkoh4q-ron-watkins-huge-election-fraud-video-bombshell.html


Katie Hobbs… Who has the escrow in AZ?

The whistleblower video established that the whistleblower's STATE has the password.

Not the county. Not the vendor.

How about AZ?

https://files.catbox.moe/wdsaif.jpg

https://files.catbox.moe/mx3u87.png


CodeMonkeyZ: Just realized that CyberNinjas' transparency report outlines all of the money they have received as of July 28, and there is no mention of the AZGOP on that list.

Did the AZGOP solicit donations for the Maricopa forensic audit? If the AZGOP solicited donations for the Maricopa forensic audit, why didnt they send money?

https://files.catbox.moe/34p1bk.png

https://files.catbox.moe/smrwf4.png


CodeMonkeyZ: Dominion servers in-fact had a network card in them, according to the BIOS screen.

"Integrated NIC" can be seen at the top as clear as day.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network_interface_controller

https://files.catbox.moe/hz3jls.jpg

https://files.catbox.moe/6383tt.png


CodeMonkeyZ: The Election Management System, responsible for tallying votes and creating reports to turn into the county, had front and back USB enabled. Curiously, it also had “USB Boot Support” enabled.

Is it possible to use “USB Boot Support” to compromise a machine?

https://files.catbox.moe/qma370.jpg

https://files.catbox.moe/967azu.png


CodeMonkeyZ: The boot manager boot options are: 1. Embedded SATA Port Optical Drive - EFI DVD/CDROM 1 2. PXE Device t: Embedded NIC 1 Port 1 Partition 1

What does “Boot from PXE Device: Embedded Network Interface Controller” mean?

https://files.catbox.moe/2amxsk.png

https://files.catbox.moe/n3yg0t.jpg


CodeMonkeyZ: Why does the Image Cast Central (ICC) need both "Wireless" and "Cloud Desktop" options?

Is "using Cloud Desktop over a wireless connection" just a fancy way of saying "REMOTE ACCESS"?

https://files.catbox.moe/mlz6o2.jpg

https://files.catbox.moe/b29fou.png


Forwarded by CodeMonkeyZ:

(I'm a software engineer) Cloud desktop is slightly different to remote access , cloud desktop allows you to use the terminal as a dumb terminal to drive a remote computer (this does require internet acsess) where as remote access is the process of gaining access to the terminal your currently residing on remotely.

All of the above needs internet access to function however.

https://files.catbox.moe/07pyd8.png


CodeMonkeyZ: There are a few small errors in this article, but the general idea is on point.

CodeMonkeyZ Speaks with Gateway Pundit: “What I Put Out on the Dominion Evidence is Roughly 1% of What We Are Holding”

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/08/codemonkeyz-speaks-gateway-pundit-put-dominion-evidence-roughly-1-holding/


CodeMonkeyZ: Has the AZ Senate given the green light for the Maricopa audit to do canvassing? If not, why not?


CodeMonkeyZ: Some people are saying that Wendy Rogers has said that canvassing has already started. Is there any source for that claim? I dont think it is true; someone please post a source for that claim in the comments.


CodeMonkeyZ: Make sure you have a torrent client setup. It will be useful soon...

The story of the century? Perhaps..


CodeMonkeyZ: What is a torrent? What files are shared over torrent? Why will this be important soon?


CodeMonkeyZ: Story of the Century?

CodeMonkeyZ: Phase 0: Get everyone educated on torrents.

Phase 1: ???

Phase 2: ???

Phase 3: ???


How do you stay safe with torrents? What is a vpn? Can vpn be used with torrents? Why would you want to use a vpn with torrents? What is a seedbox?

Please help each other learn.


User comments not from CodeMonkeyZ

Use a trust worthy VPN.. like PIA https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/buy-vpn-online one of the best on line...

Private Internet access is a good vpn. Vpn masks your ip. The nature of torrents are that they are shared through seeding. This means that owners of the whole file have the option to seed files to other prospects downloading the file. The more seeders the harder it is for a picture of what you are downloading as on paper it's multiple packets from multiple ips. Vpn masks your ips thus creating distorted information further. Also the more seeders the faster people the file. The original file will be seeded by a server or the host. Once a number of people have the file they should seed it to speed the spread.

What Are Torrents & How Do They Work? https://www.lifewire.com/torrent-file-2622839

https://seedboxgui.de/guides/what-is-a-seedbox/

https://txxiapp.com/seedbox-for-a-torrent/

I would also be careful if the file you torrent has a virus.


CodeMonkeyZ: When will Karen Fann announce the official start of canvassing in Maricopa county for the forensic audit?


CodeMonkeyZ: I will be releasing a torrent file that should be spread to as many people as possible. Please only use torrent if you absolutely know what you are doing. It is possible to dox yourself with torrents if you don’t correctly setup your security.

edit: Don’t stay up late waiting for this torrent, it is still being prepared and needs hours to complete.


CodeMonkeyZ: If one person holds an important file, that person is an easy target. If a million people hold an important file, the file becomes an impenetrable shield for all.


CodeMonkeyZ: Scope of phase 1 has been expanded. Currently reaching out to reporters so they can be briefed and prepared to independently verify the data as soon as phase 1 begins.


CONTINUED IN COMMENTS

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webthing 21 points ago +23 / -2

Thanks. 👍

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YesMan 20 points ago +23 / -3

Sticky?

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 13 points ago +16 / -3

Yes please!

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waterfaucet 13 points ago +14 / -1

Great recap and reference....thank you!

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DemsFuckKids 1 point ago +1 / -0

Didn't Mellissa Carone blow the whistle on this a long time ago?

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Shenanigunz 12 points ago +12 / -0

It's actually nutty what you can do with a machine on a network with an unprotected BIOS

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 14 points ago +14 / -0

The thing is its illegal for the election machines to be connected to a network.

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VaxIsGreatReset 4 points ago +4 / -0

Isn't even illegal for them to** be able** to be connected to a network? I need a real answer please, anyone.

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 5 points ago +5 / -0

An option for PXE or Cloud Desktop boot allows for the computer to be connected over a network. The capability is fucking there.

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voxpopuli16 5 points ago +6 / -1

That's...not quite right. It's like saying "a browser allows for the computer to be connected to the Internet." Sure, a browser is a useful thing to have for a computer connected to the Internet, but the browser has little to do with whether the computer is connected or not. Saying a browser enables Internet connection is putting the horse before the cart.

Same deal with PXE or Cloud Desktop. They are services you can run on a network-connected computer. But they are not themselves evidence that the computer is indeed connected.

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Knowbody 3 points ago +3 / -0

But then, if somebody has set those things up, it is evidence of them being used to connect to a network.

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voxpopuli16 4 points ago +5 / -1

Depends on what you mean by "set those things up". If they were installed by somebody after they left the factory, it can be evidence. But we are talking about features of EFI here. EFI is shipped from the factory with these capabilities and I seriously doubt Dominion has the expertise to make custom EFI. They are just buying Dell machines off the shelf and ends up with whatever EFI Dell makes.

If anything, the images here showing them disabling network boot and NIC are evidence that they are doing the right thing. They are setting things up so that network capabilities aren't being used.

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PezzShivers 1 point ago +4 / -3

Right. CodeMonkey is shit and all the Q fucks want to suck his dick with every word that comes out of his mouth.

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

OK fair explanation

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BS2020 8 points ago +8 / -0

sticky and then expand on with explanations for people who are not Coders

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digi 6 points ago +17 / -11

This is what we call a NORMAL day in the life of an IT person. There is nothing nefarious here.. This is SOP. There is a coordinated effort by Codemonkey and posters here to keep pushing this as if its some amazing conspiracy and the non tech community is eating it up. Please people stop. Focus on the clear and present fraud that is easily provable, there is plenty.

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 6 points ago +10 / -4

It proves that these machines were connected online.

Short for “Pre-boot Execution Environment”, PXE boot is an important part of data center infrastructure and can be implemented through open-source software or vendor-supported products. It allows automated provisioning of servers or workstations over a network.

https://heimdalsecurity.com/blog/what-is-pxe-boot/

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Laughable_Lunacy_ 7 points ago +7 / -0

It proves that these machines were connected online.

No it doesn't stop spreading false information.

PXE boot environments are INCREDIBLY common for use to connect to an imaging server. Meaning these THOUSANDS of voting machines may have had their operating systems installed via PXE before being sent out. This is an efficient way to create environments fast. It doesn't mean anyone was connected to this environment after initial imaging, and the presence of this feature proves nothing.

The original IT people who set these computers up had the option of doing the first time install via PXE boot. It's convenient because you plug the computer in and point it at an IP address(file server) that has the Windows Operating System ready to be installed. You don't need any type of Windows media or USB, and you can start dozens if not hundreds of computers up at the same time without those hardare/token limitations.

Same thing with NICs. Network cards are still necessary to connect computers locally for maintenance, or otherwise. Furthermore, network cards are SOLDERED on to the motherboard of the computer. This isn't some magic leprechaun flute of a find, it's nearly nothing. I don't know the layout, but these machines could have been interconnected (connected with one another, to send votes to a central machine) without ever touching a router or the internet.

If you want to yell something from the rooftops, it's this. At best from these findings you can argue voting machines have no security baseline. As a government resource, they should follow NIST 800-171 or 800-53 respective to if they are managed by a contractor, or government.

This doesn't even come close to proving or even showing evidence of internet connectivity or fraud.

Source: 10 years IT, 4 years Cybersecurity Information Systems Security Officer. My degree is focused in Cybersecurity, I hold industry recognized certifications in cybersecurity.

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SixTeaNine 6 points ago +7 / -1

It is proof of online capability, not that they were actually online. In a court of law, this is not evidence.

Now if they have packet capture...and I hope they do...much different story.

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 6 points ago +6 / -0

There shouldn't even capability to go on the internet, having an election machine with the capability to go online that is illegal.

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SixTeaNine 3 points ago +4 / -1

You are right, but I don't believe that is a treason-level offense.

I do think they committed treason though, just to be clear. I only ask that we hold out for hard evidence...this has to be done the right way.

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PezzShivers 4 points ago +5 / -1

The Q fucks suck up everything CodeMonkey says like it's the word of god...

But in reality it's just CodeMonkey begging for more attention.

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TruthWillOut 4 points ago +4 / -0

Awesome work! 😎👍👍

Keep up the pressure!

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Laughable_Lunacy_ 4 points ago +5 / -1

Anyone working in IT or cybersecurity knows this report is a nothingburger. Any BIOS can use PXE boot, any BIOS could be susceptible to attack. Of course network boot is enabled by default. Of course it has a build in NIC, it's a fucking desktop computer with a motherboard, that shit is soldered on. The NIC is enabled and the machine has an IP address even in closed local networks.

You need to show me a router, or packet level events that leaves the local interconnected voting network machines.

For Codemonkey to push this means he is either ignorant, or acting is controlled opposition.

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computerguyks 4 points ago +4 / -0

I would think if you could access the Election Management Server you could change all sorts of things. What are the folders underneath that were blurred! You could access the disk and open them and go right to the places you needed to go to in order to change results! You would need Admin Privileges to make changes in the Server unless some folders and directories were created just for super users!

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SquirreleeDan 4 points ago +4 / -0

My widow ex-neighbor who just retired from being a teacher once asked me (she is a sweet old lady): How do you get away with not having a front license plate on your car? (I live in a state that is required and I haven't had one for 3+ years). I told her simply that there is no such thing as laws or rules if nobody enforces them. She took a second and realized what I said made sense.

My point of this story is in a couple months it will be a full year of information coming out. Yes it is starting to get good, yes we are seeing people's eyes opened... but does it matter?

I say this because I believe biden let it slip when a haggler the other day was harassing him. He said "it's ok, because nobody is listening". That's what is happening, they don't care. A dictator, a regime, they do not listen to the people, they do not care. What have you done, what have you done to make any of the wealthy, elite, famous, and the media fear you? They have spent months, years, maybe decades putting the fear in us, yet here we are, full with information that doesn't matter unless someone somewhere holds people accountable.

Me, I'm going to keep driving without my front license plate.... because I do not care unless I'm forced to. I have this luxury with my car.. but do we have this luxury when it comes to our life, our country?

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

I agree. The problem that I see is even conservatives that are seeking information like on maricopa county aren't finding it and I have to repeatedly send this shit out and get them on over to patriots.win

The problem is the general public still just doesn't know all of the details of all the shit that has been pulled in the last year and even those seeking out the information are left in the dark.

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War_Hamster 4 points ago +4 / -0

We are holding Gavin Newsom accountable.

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Knowbody 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think in California there is (or was) a law that says a new car doesn't have to have number plate for like 6 months.
And Steve Jobs used that to his advantage by buying a new Mercedes every 6 months, and parking them in handicap spots all the time.

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SixTeaNine 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's all fine until the moment you get pulled over and that enforcement actually happens.

The past is not necessarily a good predictor of the future.

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

What law enforcement in California?

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SquirreleeDan 1 point ago +1 / -0

It is a "fix it" ticket.. no fine, just have to actually put it on, get 30 days to do so.

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Grief 3 points ago +7 / -4

Unless they have proof that these functions were USED, this means absolutely nothing. We already know they were online and had access to the internet in November of last year. No one cared that matters. If they're gonna drop a live stream or audit log SHOWING them using it, then we got something.

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 4 points ago +5 / -1

It has just been reported that an investigation has been filed and sent to Arizona Attorney General for Maricopa Board of Supervisors by Sonny Borelli on behalf of the Arizona Senate. This would be the perfect time to use what CodeMonkeyZ posted as evidence and if there is more it will be leaked, I guarantee it.

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Grief 1 point ago +6 / -5

Ron's info wasn't from Arizona and it's stuff we knew EIGHT months ago. The Senate won't even enforce their own subpoenas so I don't know why the AG would follow up on something they won't do themselves. Hopefully he isn't bought and paid for.

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txdrew 6 points ago +7 / -1

I don’t remember seeing a list of passwords 8 months ago

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 5 points ago +6 / -1

Exactly

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txdrew 0 points ago +1 / -1

Stalk me much?

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txdrew 0 points ago +1 / -1

I posted on some more threads, go check them out.

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BoatingAccident 0 points ago +3 / -3

It's almost as if they cheated and we know it and then someone's like "hey look they cheated" and everyone here is like "yeah!" and then nothing happens. Almost like that.

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Illuminaughtie 3 points ago +4 / -1

Bless 'em , and protec 'em

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TrumpsWall 3 points ago +3 / -0

Crazy

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Mac03 3 points ago +3 / -0

Great work! Thank you!

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RedTie45 2 points ago +2 / -0

Damn fine work.

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Cannot_stop_winning 2 points ago +2 / -0

So how do we spread this to normies? I don’t understand half of what’s said there and I took a bunch of Computer Engineering classes when I got my Electrical Engineering degree lol

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Ricnyse 2 points ago +2 / -0

Is the password Biden Soldier?

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BasedInFact 2 points ago +4 / -2

Thank you, Cucumber! Great stuff; glorious formatting.

And wow is this place over here full of flaming shills.

But it's to be expected when you're so directly over the target, and you slapped them all down with ease.

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Lurking-My-Life-Away 2 points ago +3 / -1

So it can do a PXE boot but did it?

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

Watch the video and look at the pictures.

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BoatingAccident 3 points ago +4 / -1

Oh good thing we got these pictures because fucking people putting up cardboard over windows so our election officials could not oversee counting of votes on election night totally wasn't enough proof!!!!!!

so sick of these tick tock bullshits

ARREST PEOPLE ALREADY YOU MOTHERFUCKING PUSSIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 4 points ago +5 / -1

I agree, we should take it a step further and start outright executing these assholes.

But the stupid public doesn't see that, you have to repeatedly shove it in their eyes for them to actually do something about it. It may be too late already but I'm not giving out hope that the public will take action.

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War_Hamster 2 points ago +3 / -1

Major societal shifts have to reach critical mass. That number is usually around 70%, then the rest of the sheep follow because human nature hates being in the minority.

We're somewhere around 60% now who think the election was stolen. AZ audits, Lindell's symposium, events like CodeMonkey's whistleblower, etc. may put us over the top.

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BS2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

everything has worth -- if he cant follow up with showing why this is important, and why it means ANYTHING that a "whistleblower" provided this info -- then he LOSES ALL CREDIBILITY -- but it doesn't mean you ignore what could be evidence just because its worth is OR is NOT flushed out -- certainly getting passwords that Dominion refused to give has some value

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Burmeister 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thank you for you time and work

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M1A2Gunner 2 points ago +2 / -0

Holy Mother Mary!

Get this guy somewhere safe. Quick!

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RageQuit 1 point ago +1 / -0

The mod that stickied you is a raging power hungry faggot.

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PezzShivers 1 point ago +2 / -1

For the love of god... suck his dick already

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

CodeMonkeyZ: Phase 1 will be verified by very trusted people who I am expecting to go on the record to either authenticate or debunk Phase 1.


CodeMonkeyZ: Phase 0 is slow. Phase 1-3 will happen in quick succession.

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antimatter -1 points ago +9 / -10

So. you post screenshots of a standard bios and call this evidence? What the fuck? Mods people are being gaslit here.

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 6 points ago +9 / -3

That's not a standard BIOS on everyones Windows and the video shows it as well.

https://files.catbox.moe/z6s5rg.jpg

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 6 points ago +8 / -2

This isn't standard Windows

https://files.catbox.moe/r9ogp6.jpg

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voxpopuli16 3 points ago +3 / -0

That's Acronis True Image, a backup software.

https://kb.acronis.com/system/files/content/2016/09/ajax/58820-05a.png

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Laughable_Lunacy_ 1 point ago +1 / -0

Probably what they used to produce the preconfigured OS images, and explains why the admin passwords were all the same.

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 2 points ago +5 / -3

Your google pictures don't show enabling PXE or Cloud Desktop boot

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antimatter 2 points ago +8 / -6

Geezes christ you are a fucking moron. There are multiple patriot.win techies on here telling you that nearly every computer has a PXE boot option. What agency are you with FBI? fuck.

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 3 points ago +7 / -4

AN ELECTION VOTING SYSTEM CANNOT BE DESIGNED TO EVEN BE ABLE TO CONNECT TO THE NETWORK. THIS ISN'T YOUR FUCKING HOME COMPUTER YOU PIECE OF SHIT, THIS IS THE INTEGRITY OF OUR ELECTIONS!

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digi 1 point ago +5 / -4

You really shouldn't argue what you don't understand. No they shouldn't be on the internet I don't think you will find anyone here disagreeing. But clearly you have no clue about what is in the linked information. If you did, you would feel embarrassed.

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 4 points ago +5 / -1

An election voting computer is not allowed in any way to be connected to the internet or even have the capability of being connected to the internet. These pictures clearly show that the capability of being connected to the internet.

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antimatter 0 points ago +5 / -5

Nice changing of the argument. I'm not arguing that, I agree it shouldn't be on the internet. NOTHING they have shown is proof that it was..

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 6 points ago +7 / -1

The fact that it was even designed to connect to the internet is illegal and decertifies them.

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digi -2 points ago +2 / -4

Retard

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PezzShivers 1 point ago +2 / -1

Of course... Anything that comes from CodeMonkey is bullshit.

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txdrew 0 points ago +1 / -1

What about the password screenshot?

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antimatter 2 points ago +3 / -1

What password screenshot? This one? https://files.catbox.moe/1u639z.png

That doesn't even show settings, that the HELP screen for what the settings mean. It doesn't show what its set to. Now in the video it shows the NICs disabled.. Which is what we are expecting to see for a computer to not have any networking capabilities when booted into Windows.

Or this one https://files.catbox.moe/qh88h1.png, and https://files.catbox.moe/qh88h1.png which both show dead standard setup proceedures for a new computer. In fact, if you look closely the sheet is so generic it is setup instructions for different types of computers.

If they are not setting a bios password, I would be concerned. Because then any joe smoe on the floor can get into the bios and change things like.. Booting from external USB. Or turning on the network etc.. Now if they turned on the NICs, then the operating system would have logs showing that a NIC was configured and a DHCP address was received from the network. That would be REAL evidence. None of this is even close to evidence it was on a network. If anything it proves it wasn't because the video showed them disabled.

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digi 3 points ago +3 / -0

He means this one. https://files.catbox.moe/vvx9ln.jpg Which all I can say is WHAT THE FUCK? So basically the machines were secured properly from what the documentation says to do, so they go leak a sensitive password and call that evidence? No That leaking a fucking password and compromising the machines now.

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txdrew -1 points ago +1 / -2

Fuck the machines, have you been living under a rock? We don’t want machine voting anymore.

As stated to another user:

You do this to show that you have information they are refusing to turn over. No coincidence that this information came the very same night that the subpoena expired and after dominion sent there non compliance letter... Your 100ft viewpoint can’t see the 10,000ft view, they obviously have more than just this, and have had it for a while now. This is a chess match, planning multiple moves ahead.

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antimatter 0 points ago +2 / -2

Oh I see. This one. https://files.catbox.moe/vvx9ln.jpg

Well ok great someone leaked a bios password to the voting machines. Thats bad. Why publish that?

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txdrew 0 points ago +2 / -2

To show that you have information they are refusing to turn over. No coincidence that this information came the very same night that the subpoena expired and after dominion sent there non compliance letter... Your 100ft viewpoint can’t see the 10,000ft view, they obviously have more than just this.

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antimatter 1 point ago +2 / -1

you don't know what you are talking about. This has nothing to do with the subpoena, this has to do with the fact the the information in the video is shit. As all the IT folks that have commenter here clearly see. But there seems to be an endless gaggle of morons that show up here trying to extract something that isn't there and ignore the experts.

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txdrew 1 point ago +1 / -0

I’ve mentioned nothing of the video, but rather the screenshot of the passwords that was posted.

But let’s talk about the video, imagine you are dominion thinking that you have a secured system with no way for the auditors to access it without the passwords that you refuse to provide. You’re feeling pretty confident when you write your non-compliance letter to the AZ senate and then just hours later a whistleblower appears and posts a video that shows information that you previously thought was protected. It shows passwords, that you have integrated NIC cards(including wireless) in your hardware that shouldn’t be there and also that there is remote functionality which you have been saying doesn’t exist for months now. The whistleblower’s liaison(CM) also says that they wore a wire and a hidden camera and that they have been gathering data for some time now. You are beginning to panic, and wonder what else do they have? And slowly come to the realization that they’ve had it all along and that it was a trap to begin with.

But you’re right, just a nothing burger.

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antimatter 1 point ago +2 / -1

EVERY Dell computer has a NIC. I'm not getting upset over that. They showed it was disabled in BIOS. They should be using custom hardware without a NIC.. Yes.. They shouldn't be using this closed source software that requires a complete PC to Windows OS stack.. I agree with all of that. All I'm saying, is they showed nothing. We don't even know what computer this IS. Is it a server? Is it a computer that people use to press buttons to vote with? They don't say. For all I know it could be a random Dell machine. If he has video with incriminating evidence.. Great! Show it. This isn't it. This is a pattern with guys like codemonkey. Claim all this amazing stuff and show up with shit. But claim there is more.. Still show shit. Keep telling yourself that the technical patriots on here are just shills and we are terrified of what it shows.

In reality you are an ignorant fool ignoring the advice of experts. I don't have to prove anything. Because this is a nothing burger. NOTHING will come of it.

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PezzShivers 0 points ago +2 / -2

You're just making shit up now. CodeMonkey has nothing to do with Arizona.

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txdrew 1 point ago +3 / -2

I made up the fact that dominion and MCBOS is refusing to turn over passwords? Did the subpoena expire yesterday? Did dominion state they will not be complying? Did CM also posted they have more than what is in the video? Shill

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PezzShivers -1 points ago +1 / -2

lmao.. The party your making up is that CodeMonkey has anything to do with Az

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txdrew -1 points ago +1 / -2

Nope, none of those. Look again shill

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txdrew 1 point ago +2 / -1

How about you interject something useful into the thread? All you do is muddy up the waters and never contribute anything of value. AKA shill

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txdrew 1 point ago +1 / -0

Shill

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txdrew 1 point ago +2 / -1

Shill

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txdrew 1 point ago +1 / -0

No need for multiple accounts, my one and only because I’m not a shill like you and your fbi butt buddy vote for maga2020

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IAbsolutelyDare -1 points ago +8 / -9

Is this the same Codemonkey who said he Had It All™ back in, what, December?

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PezzShivers 3 points ago +4 / -1

yeah dumbfucks still suck hisndick everyday

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finalexit -3 points ago +6 / -9

Yeah, it honestly blows my mind that some continue to trust these people that played us for months with the "Kraken" and "2 more weeks" bullshit. Has been over 9 months now and they continue to grift while being upvoted to the front page.

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Liberal-BBQer -3 points ago +3 / -6

This video is lame. It shows nothing that we haven't seen a thousand times before. You're an upvote whore.

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digi -5 points ago +11 / -16

There is nothing here.

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 4 points ago +9 / -5

GTFO here troll. On the same picture as the PXE option in BIOS it shows CLOUD DESKTOP allowing a user to access remotely. That proves the machines had a clearly designed way to connect via internet and therefore voter fraud.

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txdrew 3 points ago +3 / -0

Except a list of passwords. I wonder if the AZ password they are subpoenaing is there?

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 3 points ago +8 / -5

GTFO here troll. On the same PXE picture it said CLOUD DESKTOP for remote access from the cloud. That proves the machines connected to the internet.

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digi -1 points ago +7 / -8

No it doesn't. If you even knew how PXE booting works you wouldn't sound like an idiot to any one who does Systems Admin task on patriots.win.

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 8 points ago +8 / -0

There is an option for CLOUD DESKTOP which accesses the computer remotely via internet. The election systems shouldn't even be designed to be accessed remotely.

https://files.catbox.moe/1u639z.png

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LibertarianXian 1 point ago +2 / -1

Yea.. you know, as much as I want this to be, as a long-time sysadmin who's seen thousands of iDRACs and definitely understands PXE booting, this is such a nothingburger. It doesn't prove shit.

So what if they can enable PXE booting through the BIOS. The hardware comes with that by default. As long as it's turned off, they can and will claim they don't use

Ok, what is really needed here are pcaps and router logs showing out-of-band connectivity to this. Showing some random phonecam shot of a GUI with no defining details like hostnames, IP addrs and so forth is worse than nothing, it's disinfo that's designed to make us look like a bunch of low-tech rubes.

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antimatter -4 points ago +4 / -8

lulz.. PXE booting doesn't work over the internet. Stop gaslighting glowy.

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 8 points ago +8 / -0

Short for “Pre-boot Execution Environment”, PXE boot is an important part of data center infrastructure and can be implemented through open-source software or vendor-supported products. It allows automated provisioning of servers or workstations over a network.

https://heimdalsecurity.com/blog/what-is-pxe-boot/

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 3 points ago +5 / -2

There is an option for CLOUD DESKTOP which accesses the computer remotely via internet. The election systems shouldn't even be designed to be accessed remotely.

https://files.catbox.moe/1u639z.png

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antimatter -1 points ago +5 / -6

Thats not how cloud desktop in the dell bios works.

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 4 points ago +7 / -3

That's exactly his it works faggot.

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 11 points ago +12 / -1

You sure live up to your username.

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PezzShivers 1 point ago +2 / -1

You sound like a child attacking everyone who points out the truth in your post...

You should just say thank you and that you didn't know that and that you were just excited to have maybe found a break on the voter fraud issue.

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CoolAsACucumber [S] 2 points ago +3 / -1

I put a lot of work into this and all I'm getting are shills who won't even bring sources.

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PezzShivers 2 points ago +2 / -0

I understand man! Your post looked visually perfect,