Source: Zero Hedge
DHS Offered To Test Iowa Voting App, Democrats Declined Authored by Zachary Stieber via The Epoch Times, The Iowa Democratic Party declined to have a new voting application vetted by the Department of Homeland Security, the agency’s Acting Secretary Chad Wolf said on Tuesday. The app, developed by Shadow Inc., was blamed for some of the problems during the Democratic caucuses on Monday night. The issues led to the results of the caucuses being delayed. “ Our cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency has offered to test that app from a hacking perspective ,” Wolf said during an appearance on “Fox & Friends.” “They declined, so we’re seeing a couple of issues with it.” Homeland Security’s @CISAgov offered to test the Iowa Caucus app. They declined. See @DHS_Wolf interview https://t.co/GoQeEMZbuJ — Heather Swift, DHS spokesperson (@SpoxDHS) February 4, 2020 There was no evidence of a hack, Wolf said. “Right now, we don’t see any malicious cyber activity going on. No one hacked into it.