After two months of investigation, the AZ CyberNinja Team reports that it cannot find the data on the D Drive of the election system:
“We have recently discovered that the entire ‘Database’ directory from the D drive of the machine ‘EMSPrimary’ has been deleted,” Fann wrote, claiming the missing directory is covered by the Senate’s subpoena, which allows the group to seize elections materials for the audit.
It was there when you gave it to Cyber Ninjas and now it is gone!
I wonder where it went…
I mean, really, how amateur do you have to be NOT to do an inventory of EVERYTHING you receive..tsk, tsk, tsk.
They can’t find anything and now they make it look like malfeasance?
Well, I did notice that they said “deleted”, which is not the same as being erased. If the files were deleted, aren’t they still there and they can be read by forensic equipment?
Yikes… Isn’t the first thing you do when you get a database is make a copy of it in case you corrupt it? Well, it is every place else.
Apparently, CyberNinjas don’t worry about copies, data, and inventory. They are so good! I imagine they will be flying around AZ really soon with swords drawn while vanquishing demons!