(RightIsRight.co) – Following the cyberattack on SolarWinds Orion products this past weekend, many companies scrambled to do damage control on their networks and their publicity. One such company hoping to hide its use of the hacked software is none other than Dominion Voting Systems, whose machines were used widely in the recent election.
On Sunday, December 13, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued Emergency Directive 21-01 outlining that SolarWinds Orion products were “being exploited by malicious actors.” It advised all businesses, which include many Fortune500 companies, using the products to immediately stop using them until the threat had passed.
But, as companies disconnected from the hacked software, they also tried to cover up anything that could tie them to the security breach. Below, a computer-savvy American used web archives to share Dominion Voting System’s current website login from the archives before news of the SolarWinds hack went public:
Dominion deleted the reference and link to "SolarWinds" from their website, but we have the archive still.
Now you see it… now you dont.https://t.co/oSdLXpWSJPhttps://t.co/JDWWFVfofr pic.twitter.com/NpuWdlS238
— Ron (@CodeMonkeyZ) December 15, 2020
It appears Dominion Voting is distancing itself from the hacked products rather than being transparent about the situation. This only adds to the suspicion of voter fraud and election corruption already surrounding the company. Hopefully, our lawmakers will demand answers to just who has access to our voting systems and what we will do about it.
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