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Some of  our major TV Channels yata hindi nagbabalita tungkol dito.. This shoud go viral so everybody would be aware that there is something wrong going on here.. We need answers and actions. Pls share..


Kakasagap lang natin balita, ang nakita niyong screen shot ay mula sa Transparenncy Server ng COMELEC,  Di umano ay may nangyaring Tampering sa System,
Hindi pa nag sasalita ang COMELEC hinggil sa Issue na ito mga kababayan.

Kung inyo pong matatandaan. nag banta din ag Grupo ng ANONYMOUS Philiipines at kanilang Sinabi. '' IF YOU WILL NOT TELL THE TRUTH WE WILL FIND IT!''
Ayon sa underground Source, May mga mag kakaibang hackers group sa likod ng pangyayaring ito.At isa sa mga GRupong ito ay sumabotahe din, o maaring nabili ng isang malaking tao. Wala po tayong papangalanan. pero  base sa mga pangyayaring nakikita natin ngayon,

Maging Ang Mga Grupong Anonymous ay mayroon na ding Hati. Palagay ko.HIndi pare pareho ang simpatiya ng mga ito sa mga Politiko. May pag ka baha bahagi ding nangyayari. at malamang  may ilan na iba ang sinuportahan. at ang iba ay nag pagamit sa manipulasyon upang kontrolin ang halalang ito.

Anuman po ang patutunguhan nito, mga kababayan Tila Palalim na ng Palalim Ang ating Halalan. At unti unti ng nag kakaroon ng Linaw ang ilang Malabong katanungan ng bayan.

Concern raised

The source said he, together with other concerned parties monitoring and verifying the count, agreed that the hash codes were not the same and went as a group to the server room to raise the concern and ask for an explanation.

Echoing the claims of Marcos’ camp, the source said a new script or command was introduced to the transparency server before 7:30 p.m. which caused the hash codes to change.

“A script was introduced into the transparency server supposedly to do something–we don’t know what was the script, we have not seen it yet. But as a result of whatever action that they did inside the transparency server, the files protected by hash codes, umiba ‘yung kanyang hash codes. So it is an indicator na pinakialaman siya,” he said.

“I’m not saying na may dagdag bawas dito. What I am saying is there was an introduction of the script.  Who triggered the introduction of that script? Who authorized its execution? Is it covered by rules or protocols to change set data? Is there any recording of the incident or of the change? There are none. The only people who can answer our question is Smartmatic and Comelec,” he added.

The source added that a Venezuelan man from Smartmatic who was also in the room supposedly admitted that he was responsible for the incident, and claimed to have fixed it at the same time.

The source raised doubts on the foreign national’s authorization to perform the act and questioned his authorization and adherence to protocols. Citing Section 28 of Republic Act No. 9369, he said the Venezuelan’s act was prohibited regardless if it affects electoral results, as it falls under “utilizing without authorization and tampering official ballots and election returns” and “electronic devices and their components.”

“Comelec is the lead here. No activity can be done without Comelec approval… ‘Finally I fixed it,’ who authorized him to do that? Anong implication nito? Here is a programmer of foreign nationality doing at will whatever he wants to do and he’s not even an official,” he said. The source said the integrity of the system might be at stake especially because there were no records of such incidents and changes.




I.T EXPOSED THE Comelec transparency server tampered With MALICIOUS CODE!

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