“SC’s 13,000 voting machines unreliable, vulnerable to hackers, lawsuit alleges”

The State. The complaint filed in federal district court alleges:

In South Carolina, the capacity of the state’s election system to record and count
votes reliably is deeply compromised by the state’s unnecessarily vulnerable voting system.
Throughout the state, elections are administered using a voting system—the iVotronic Direct
Recording Electronic (“DRE”) system, manufactured by Election Systems & Software
(“ES&S”)—that computer science experts have shown to be highly vulnerable to cyberattack
and malware infections, which can occur whether or not the machine is directly connected to
the internet.

The complaint is here  and exhibits here.

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