Whitewashed "security" report of Alameda voting machines
The report apparently says "The Sequoia Electronic Voting System selected by Alameda County to conduct election operations is inherently secure." Sorry, but as a computer programmer, I don't think that such surface-level testing merits a declaration of this magnitude.
The staff was supposed to conduct "hack testing". But how can the board of supervisors actually prove that these systems are safe from hacking without actually trying to hack into them?
Our supervisor if Alice Lai-Bitker; here number is (510) 272-6693. (Other Alameda County districts can be determined from this map.
Readers, think about how important it is that the voting machines used in this county, which tends to vote very progressive, are actually safe from tampering!