11 yr old hacks replica election office website in 10 minutes

The website r00tz.org put on a challenge this weekend to hack a replica of the election office website.  An 11-yr old girl was able to hack it in 10 minutes.  r00tz.org is “A place where kids learn white-hat hacking to better the world”.  Gives you a nice warm fuzzy feeling inside that it can be hacked that easily, right?

The election security budget for 2018 was $380 million dollars.  It should give one pause when a little girl can hack an election website that could be in a swing state in 10 minutes.

The takeaway message is clear.  Ensuring a high level of election security is very hard.  Electronic voting, while no doubt easier to tally votes, is also several levels of magnitude harder to defend against cyber threats, both from without and within.  As if a Soros voting machine gave one a warm fuzzy feeling to begin with.

No.  Go back to paper ballots and require voter ID.  The Democrats are caught.  You can’t whinge on about MUH RUSSIA on the one hand and cry that voter ID is racist because reasons on the other and expect us to allow these contradicting views to continue.  Use it against them.  If Russia truly is as dangerous in election meddling as you’ve been crying about for over two years now, then buckle down and eliminate that chance with paper ballots and voter ID.  That’s it.

The mid-term elections are right around the corner and there will inevitably be some foul play afoot.  Consider even now the special election in Ohio last week.  This article from Breitbart goes into detail how Soros has tried to obstruct attempts of improving election security.  Sorry, but I have a hard time believing there are 170 registered voters in just ONE Ohio district over 116 YEARS OLD.  Are there even 170 116 year olds in all of America?  Something tells me those 116 year olds weren’t voting Republican.

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