If the President of the US isn’t all that interested in how the Russians hacked and meddled in the 2016 election, voters and voting officials in the US should be, and this includes the state of Nevada. There are several layers to the issues, the voting itself and the processes which are elements of the total election system.
Voting Machine Vulnerability
The good news is that Nevada has a relatively robust voting system in place that is more difficult for a foreign power — read Russian operatives — to hack, the bad news is that the Sequoia (Dominion) system could still have some issues most related to “insider” attacks
“The software suffers from numerous programming errors, many of which have a high potential to introduce or exacerbate security weaknesses. These include buffer overﬂows, format string vulnerabilities, and type mismatch errors. In general, the software does not reﬂect defensive software engineering practices normally associated with…
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