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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 …