This is used in Indiana. See here.
BPro-Knowink Election Software Used Throughout US Is Connected to Internet, Not Certified and Is Able to Backdate Election Records (Hawaii)
By Joe Hoft • March 27, 2023 • Subscribe to The Gateway Pundit
This report was developed by election experts in New Mexico and Hawaii with special recognition to Attorney David Clements and his wife Erin.
BPro-Knowink election software is being implemented across the country and yet it is connected to the Internet, it’s not certified, likely not audited, and now we know it can backdate records as well.
On March 13th The Gateway Pundit revealed that the entire election system in New Mexico is vulnerable to manipulation by an uncertified, custom piece of software called SERVIS (TotalVote).
In elections, clear identification of the various software creators, software types, and hardware manufacturers appear to be blurred by design, leaving a corporate labyrinth for independent auditors to navigate. SERVIS is a custom version of the TotalVote software provided by BPro. And BPro was recently purchased by KnowINK. Between the two companies, their shared software can be found in 36 states across the country.
Read the entire article at the link below.
EXCLUSIVE: BPro-Knowink Election Software Used Throughout US Is Connected to Internet, Not Certified and Is Able to Backdate Election Records (Hawaii)