Advice to all candidates who are contesting their loss in the 2010 elections

If you are a candidate contesting your loss in the 2010 elections, there is something you must do right away:

Ask the responsible Comelec official in your jurisdiction to copy the file “slog.txt” in the CF card, and to give you a print out of the copy, each page marked as a certified true copy. This file is the time-stamped audit log of the actions that the PCOS machine was commanded to do, while it was turned on.

This audit log is extremely important, so make sure you have a copy right away.

If you know candidates protesting their loss, please pass this on to them.

2 Comments

  1. Posted May 21, 2010 at 1:50 pm | Permalink

    Those hackers thought they left no electronic track in their shenanigans. Now we know better. I can see that if the record in the time-stamped audit log does not tally with its counterpart in the AS 400 mainframe of the Commission on Elections in Manila, then we have a complete proof of fraud.

  2. Posted May 22, 2010 at 12:41 pm | Permalink

    Is there a legal basis for a candidate to force the COMELEC official in their respective locality to give them a copy of the slog.txt? Thanks

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