In June 2023, the Federal District Court for the Northern District of Georgia unsealed the 96-page Halderman Report – the Security Analysis of Georgia’s ImageCast X Ballot Marking Devices.
University of Michigan Professor of Computer Science and Engineering J. Alex Halderman and Security Researcher and Assistant Professor at Auburn University Drew Sringall collaborated on the report where they discovered many exploitable vulnerabilities in the Dominion Voting Systems’ ImageCast X system.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger had been hiding this report from the public for two years. Far-left U.S. District Judge Amy Totenberg sealed and covered up the results of the investigation of Dominion voting machines in Georgia and sat on the report until this week.
BREAKING: Professor and Election Expert J. Halderman Hacks into Dominion Voting Machine Tabulator in Court on Friday in Georgia in front of Judge Totenberg USING ONLY A PEN TO CHANGE VOTE TOTALS via @gatewaypundit https://t.co/Ym4slbr5UL— The Gateway Pundit (@gatewaypundit) January 21, 2024
Halderman gave a demonstration last week in a trial before Totenberg to determine whether Georgia’s voting system is vulnerable to manipulation or programming errors.
All he needed was a pen to reach a button inside the touchscreen, a fake $10 voter card he had programmed, or a $100 USB device that he plugged into a cord connected to a printer, rewriting the touchscreen’s code.
The lawsuit asks the court to bar the Dominion touchscreen voting system, which Georgia bought for $107 million in 2019, except for use by voters with disabilities. The plaintiffs alleged the system fails to comply with the U.S. Constitution’s free speech and equal protection rights.
Defenders of Georgia’s voting equipment told U.S. District Judge Amy Totenberg that cybersecurity vulnerabilities don’t mean elections are unsafe or that anyone’s rights have been compromised.
“There’s not evidence of a single vote being altered in Georgia because of malware,” said Bryan Tyson, an attorney for Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, the lead defendant in the case, who was not required to appear at the trial.