A Georgia election server contains evidence that it was possibly hacked before the 2016 presidential election and the 2018 vote that gave Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp a narrow victory over Stacey Abrams, according to an election security expert.
Georgia election server at center of important lawsuit, had not one but two critical vulnerabilities that officials failed to patch: Shellshock & Drupalgeddon. A hacker apparently used Shellshock to breach the system in Dec. 2014, according to new evidence
"officials...wiped the server clean shortly after the plaintiffs filed their suit. The FBI had a mirror image...made in March 2017, but state officials fought to prevent the plaintiffs from obtaining it to examine [it]...for evidence of tampering."
The bottom line here is that, if the Russians *did* hack into our vote counting process in Nov. 2016 and change the outcome of the election, we would have no way of really knowing it. It sure seems that they had the *ability* to have done that.
Americans don't need Russians to interfere with their elections. "Georgia officials wiped the hacked server clean shortly after the plaintiffs filed their suit. But the FBI had a mirror image. Georgia fought to prevent the plaintiffs from obtaining it."
A Georgia election server contains evidence that it was possibly hacked before the 2016 presidential election and the 2018 vote that gave Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp a narrow victory over Stacey Abrams, according to an election security expert.
Georgia election systems could have been hacked before 2016 vote