"Hackers run almost around the clock with this or that volume. But we have somehow adapted to this. They go mainly to the site," Bulaev quoted TASS as saying on the Russia 24 channel.
At the same time, the commission did not record cyberattacks on the GAS "Vybory" system. “It is simply pointless to commit hacker attacks on her,” he said. The CEC chairman also noted “several attempts” to obtain two ballots for remote electronic voting, which, according to him, were unsuccessful. "A person voted for one ballot, and he tried to get the second one quite competently, but failed," Bulaev specified.
At the same time, the demand for digital polling stations this year is much higher than in the past, the deputy chairman of the CEC said. "I must say that this year their demand is much higher than in the past ... We understand that there is a competition between this technology and remote voting, which one will win - time will tell," said Bulaev.
According to the Central Election Commission, the highest turnout in the elections of the heads of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation was recorded in the Jewish Autonomous Region - 70.51% of the abusers have already voted. The lowest turnout so far is observed in the Smolensk region, where only 19.89% of voters voted.
61.75% of voters voted in the elections for the head of Tatarstan, 53.58% in the elections for the head of the administration of the Tambov region, 53.05% in the governor of the Krasnodar Territory. Voting in these regions is in Moscow time, polling stations will close at 20:00.
The turnout in the elections of the head of the Rostov region is only 29.35%, the governor of the Perm region - 26.82%, the governor of the Kaluga region - 26.74%, the governor of the Irkutsk region - 25.95%, the governor of the Arkhangelsk region - 22.39%, the governor Kostroma region - 21.99%, and in the elections of the head of Komi - 20.43%.