By Patrick Colbeck
Dominion Voting Systems has repeatedly denied that its Detroit equipment was in any way connected to the internet. Yet, their training session tells a different story.
- Tech support provided instructions on connecting equipment to internet
- Vote tally reporting methods varied based upon municipality equipment profile
- Detroit equipment featured 684 modems, “Listener Module” which features a dedicated server with encrypted TCP/IP protocol (internet connectivity). Both tabulators and “Results Transfer Manager” communicate with the ImageCast Listener Server
- “Warehouse” with election equipment referenced multiple times was staffed with Texas-based personnel (other employees referred to it as the “Chicago Warehouse”…in Detroit)
- “Rovers” would provide hardware swaps (ICP) but were encouraged to do so discretely so as to avoid any “bad perception”