Friday, November 10, 2017

Kansas SecState Kobach Voter 'Integrity' Crusade Confronts Tech News Smack Down

The electorate confronts greater risk of an invasion of privacy because of this Prez Trump commission according to a cadre of tech sites and white hat hackers . . . Take a look:

Even a Novice Hacker Could Breach the Network Hosting Kris Kobach's Bogus Voter Fraud Program

A program overseen by the head of President Trump's so-called "election integrity" commission-which is now largely a tool for driving conspiracy theories about "massive voter fraud" in the United States-is placing the personal data of millions of American voters at risk, according to internal records and security experts who examined the program at Gizmodo's request.

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

A hit piece by the Left--fake news and much ado about nothing.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Yeah but you say that all the time. The tech proves you WRONG. Too bad you don't want to face facts. The security flaws are why CONSERVATIVE REPUBLICAN governors are turning him down left and right. They're not going to risk the rights of their constituents. Do you want to hand over your ID to him?

Anonymous said...

Their just using some of the same tactics as the House Committee On Unamerican Avtivities did. Cue Joe McCarthy.

Anonymous said...

Program must not be too bogus considering the number of Indiana indictments.

Anonymous said...

Those Indiana indictments were the result of State investigations, Koster is just trying to steal the credit.