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Arizona Senate Responds To DOJ Inquiry Regarding The Audit: Thanks, But No Thanks For Your Concern

Thanks, but no thanks!

That’s the response Arizona President Karen Fann gave to Joe Biden’s Department of Injustice over their “concerns” regarding security issues they allegedly have with the Maricopa County Forensic Audit of the 2020 election.

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Orion24
Orion24 1 month ago

User data wouldn't be on a router. If a router did contain enough storage to hold all that info it would be a security flaw to store that kind of data on the router. Routers are the first line of defense against a hacker, storing user data on it would just make it easier for a hacker to get to. Also great looking site, your devs and designers did a great job.

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ShootBoyHowdy
ShootBoyHowdy 1 month ago

Anyone familiar with networks knows that there is NO user data held on network routers. However, what the real concern should be is the presence of routing instructions to outside or foreign destinations. That will be on the routers as well as the logs to record the presence of these destinations and under what authority the destinations were installed

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