California Secretary of State, Frequently Requested Information –> Dominion Voting :
“The Democracy Suite 5.10A voting system consists of eight major components.”
Each component has its own security holes and/or backdoors, and many of them are sufficient to compromise the whole system. It is not just a voting machine.
“The Vote Center/Polling Place was setup with the Voter Activation Card Laptop, ICX machines, ICE machine, and Mobile Ballot Production for on demand printing. EED and RTR were setup as per the logical map below [the picture]”
RTR stands for Results Tally and Reporting, which I call Election Results Editor.
“EMS-Results Tally Reporting (RTR), v. 18.104.22.168 RTR is the main application for post-voting activities. It receives election results from the tabulators, allows for validation of the results, and reports the results. RTR can be used for the addition, and deletion of tabulator files. It also allows for manual resolution of qualified write-ins.”
Addition and deletion of tabulator files with all votes in them.
“3.6 DATA CLEAR
The Data Clear page allow administrators to erase results, voter data, and elections definitions.“ (p. 17)
Erasing results, no less!
“The DS 5.10 RAVBMS does not have a built-in hash verification method for the system to verify that the source code [probably meant ‘the system] is not running modified code.”
“As directed by the California Secretary of State, this security testing report does
not include any recommendation as to whether or not the system should be
These are just a few quotes from the latest documents related to the Dominion Voting software used in these elections.