Tag Archives: Hacking

Dominion Machine Statistical Problems

By | December 21, 2020

This whole Twitter thread. It’s another, completely-independent way of looking at the voting data, like The 2020 Election, Benford’s Law, and Twitter, and it’s another smoking gun that indicates that the voting machines — in precisely the places that needed help — have been tampered with. Again — and I can’t stress this enough — the… Read More »

How 4 Chinese Hackers Allegedly Took Down Equifax | WIRED

By | February 11, 2020

While the operation had a certain degree of complexity, Equifax itself made their job much easier than it should have. It should have patched that initial Apache Struts vulnerability, for starters. And an FTC complaint from last summer also found that the company stored administrative credentials in an unsecured file in plaintext. It kept 145… Read More »