Whatever you might think about Donald Trump he’s not a moron. At the very least he knows a smart guy when he sees one. And as they say in business: “I don’t need to be the smartest guy in the room, as long as the smartest guy in the room works for me.” Trump has plenty of smart guys working for him. If he finds out they’re not as smart as they claimed, he fires them.
I was having a conversation the other night about computer security and what you’d need to do to secure an election. It got me to thinking the other way around. If I deliberately wanted to make sure that third parties could access my election infrastructure locally or remotely and not be noticed, how would I relax security in order to grant them access and hide their presence?
I started looking at Smartmatic the other day, but didn’t dig too deeply as they only have a very small footprint in the US elections market. Then we get the following tweet from Rudy Giuliani:
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