Open-Source Software, Voter Authentication Will Restore US Election Integrity, Cybersecurity Expert Says

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Vot­ing sys­tems ven­dors should make U.S. elec­tion soft­ware open-source for any­body to view and ana­lyze to pre­vent future manip­u­la­tion of vote counts, accord­ing to Gary Milief­sky, exec­u­tive pro­duc­er of Cyber Defense Mag­a­zine and a found­ing mem­ber of the Depart­ment of Home­land Security.

Vot­ers should be prop­er­ly authen­ti­cat­ed when they reg­is­ter to vote and cast their bal­lots to pre­vent elec­tion fraud, Milief­sky said on The Epoch Times’ “Cross­roads” program.

The elec­tion gear—the soft­ware and hardware—used dur­ing this year’s elec­tion in many cas­es was con­nect­ed to the inter­net, in vio­la­tion of Fed­er­al Elec­tion Com­mis­sion (FEC) reg­u­la­tions enact­ed in 2014 that bar any inter­net con­nec­tiv­i­ty, includ­ing wire­less, Milief­sky said.
He said that at least 30 states used tech­nol­o­gy that was able to get a soft­ware patch or update over …


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