SecurityScorecard released a report on Oct. 15, 2020 showing the sad shape of election cybersecurity. Many states failed to improve and even added new rules, forced by 60 Democrat lawsuits, that made fraud easier.
Dominion Voting has come under fire for numerous glitches that gave votes to Biden and even subtracted from Trump. Voting machine manuals also contained instructions how an operator at the county level could alter votes.
Security expert Russell Ramsland has looked into how exactly the votes can be hacked, identifying six different areas of vulnerability.
For example 28 states have votes stored on servers in Frankfurt, Germany, owned by a bankrupt company called Scytl, where code could be backloaded to the county level.
Ramsland also describes, in the video below, how NGP VAN, a Democrat analytics company, was allegedly inserting information into the data stream during the 2018 midterms in Texas.