(Natural News) Dr. Navid Keshavarz-Nia, vice president and senior director of an IT firm called INFOSEC, has issued a sworn declaration affirming that Dominion Voting Systems technology is prone to hacking.
More than likely designed for such a purpose, Dominion machines have repeatedly been shown to contain key vulnerabilities that allow for vote logs to be altered and re-uploaded by outside third parties, a process that is made even easier by the fact that Dominion machines directly connect to the internet.
A cybersecurity expert with more than 30 years of experience in his field, Dr. Keshavarz-Nia warns that Dominion’s denial of these system “flaws” flies in the face of the facts, which show that all it takes to hack a Dominion machine is a rudimentary understanding of how it was designed.
One example is the cryptographic key technology used to access the Dominion system, which is stored on USB memory cards. Not only does the technology contain information about the configuration of a given election, but it also contains other important data used to validate it.
According to election security expert Eddie Perez of the non-partisan OSET Institute, “it is very common that a USB memory card has a wealth of information that is related not only to the configuration of the election and its ballot – and the behavior of the voting device – but also internal system data used to validate the election.”
Based on his own knowledge of how the technology works, Dr. Keshavarz-Nia is certain that USB memory cards were used to facilitate illicit backdoor access into polling operations and ballot counting in the states of Michigan, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Arizona and Wisconsin.
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Dr. Keshavarz-Nia also affirms what we too reported about the fact that The New York Times admitted back in 2018 that Dominion machines are easily hackable.
A cybersecurity expert who works for the Times conducted an experiment that year showing that one does not need extensive technical skills to hack a Dominion machine. The process is relatively simple with minimal education, which is unacceptable in something as important as a presidential election.
Sytl, SOE Software, eClarity and Smartmatic, all of which are either connected to or associated with Dominion systems, are much the same. All of these, according to Dr. Keshavarz-Nia, are high-risk and prone to hacking.
Based on his thorough analysis of the 2020 election, Dr. Keshavarz-Nia has concluded that the vote count distribution in the states of Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Arizona, Nevada and Georgia “are not based on normal system operation.”
“Instead, they are caused by fraudulent electronic manipulation of the targeted voting machines,” he says.
In Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Arizona, Nevada and Georgia specifically, vote counting operations all ceased at roughly the exact same time during the early morning hours after Election Day, which Dr. Keshavarz-Nia says is clearly indicative of fraud.
“There would be no legitimate reason battleground states need to pre-coordinate election activities and stop on-going adjudication processes,” he says.
“However, it is equally puzzling that the vote counting did not stop, as reported. In fact, it continued behind closed doors in the early hours of November 4, 2020. This activity is highly unusual and demonstrates collusion to achieve desired results without being monitored by watchers.”
It is definitely worth your time to read through the entirety of Dr. Keshavarz-Nia’s sworn declaration, as it contains many other bombshells about the election that you are unlikely to ever hear about from the mainstream media.
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