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What can an American president or senator do to stop a Russian government from hacking a private Ukraine company? If so what are Democrats doing to prevent it?

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Voter ID will protect the elections. None of those fake drivers licenses they giving out to non citizens will allow them to vote. Only the fed gov will hand them out to eligible voters.

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 Johnnytusanmi said
What can an American president or senator do to stop a Russian government from hacking a private Ukraine company? If so what are Democrats doing to prevent it?


Our elections were never hacked by a foreign government.



However, the Department of Homeland security was caught trying to hack several state election networks, in a clear attempt to intimidate state officials who declined DHS's election "assistance" .




Now, according to WSB-TV in Atlanta, we learn that Georgia's election systems were actually the target of hacking by DHS on 10 separate occasions.

The Georgia Secretary of State's Office now confirms 10 separate cyberattacks on its network were all traced back to U.S. Department of Homeland Security addresses.

In an exclusive interview, a visibly frustrated Secretary of State Brian Kemp confirmed the attacks of different levels on his agency's network over the last 10 months. He says they all traced back to DHS internet provider addresses.

"We're being told something that they think they have it figured out, yet nobody's really showed us how this happened,” Kemp said. "We need to know."

Kemp told Channel 2’s Aaron Diamant his office's cybersecurity vendor discovered the additional so-called vulnerability scans to his network's firewall after a massive mid-November cyberattack triggered an internal investigation.

Meanwhile, Kemp pointed out that all of the attempted hackings occurred around critical registration and voting deadlines calling into question whether "somebody was trying to prove a point."


The Secretary of State's Office manages Georgia’s elections, and most concerning for Kemp about the newly discovered scans is the timing.

The first one happened on Feb. 2, the day after Georgia’s voter registration deadline. The next one took place just days before the SEC primary. Another occurred in May, the day before the general primary, and then two more took place in November, the day before and the day of the presidential election.

"It makes you wonder if somebody was trying to prove a point,” Kemp said.
https://www.wsbtv.com/news/georgia/georgia-secretary-of-state-says-cyberattacks-linked-back-to-dhs/475707667/






Like Georgia, Indiana did not give DHS permission to scan.

Thomas Vessely, IT director for the Indiana secretary of state, told TheDCNF that “we kindly declined [DHS] a*sistance because we were very comfortable in the work we were doing in monitoring our election system.”

So why did DHS allegedly go for it anyway?

Lawson said she “always a*sumed it was because I was the incoming President of the National a*sociation of Secretaries of State and because we declined their a*sistance
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Georgia also declined “help” from DHS regarding its election system. Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp believes DHS may have been trying to intimidate him with the scans before he publicly opposed election systems being labeled as “critical infrastructure” by the Obama administration.
https://www.computerworld.com/article/3173032/indiana-joins-idaho-in-claiming-dhs-tried-to-hack-their-election-systems.html





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