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

My interpretation (and here I'm seeking clarification from an expert) is that the machines can be remotely commanded to reboot into wireless mode somehow. But that doesn't sound right

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DonJr2024 5 points ago +5 / -0

Err not really. Unless there is more I'm missing. Wired/wireless is irrelevant. We're talking about that computers can get boot info from the network and thus potentially boot into a different setup than if you boot from the first available local boot device.

That is standard.

This is like saying that the computers have keyboards and keyboards can be used to enter cheating instructions to the computer. Having no keyboards is not the answer.

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KillerKap 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes this is possible using VPN remotely or someone sitting offsite but close enough to wifi into the same network. But that doesnt even matter.

The real problem is that the LAN adapter on the voting machine (Dell Optiplex 7060) was enabled... meaning a corrupt election official can plug in a mobile battery powered hotspot about the size of a buisness card with a tiny cable and that voting machine is on WAN (or internet accessible). Even for just a short while, like when they stopped counting in the middle of the night.

Anything could happen at that point. Remote desktop, backdoor into Dominion's custom software or any number of simple progs to change data on the client machine.

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digi 1 point ago +1 / -0

Where does it show it was enabled? The video CodeMonkeyZ posted showed the NICs disabled. But it really is a mute point as USB is enabled because they use USB sticks to move the data . So a USB network adapter can be plugged in at any time unless special settings are in the windows operating system, but no evidence of that is shown.

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KillerKap 1 point ago +1 / -0

its in the first few seconds. just pause and you can see checkbox lan with pxe enabled