According to the report, prepared by Carbon Black, Pennsylvania is vulnerable because of its voting systems. With just over a month away, elections offices around the state and country are preparing.
"We are urging the states just to make sure that their deadbolts are thrown and their locks are on," FBI Director James Comey said in a recent testimony in front of congress.
Carbon Black blames the outdated computer systems for the vulnerability in Pennsylvania. Professor Rob D'Ovidio is a cyber security expert with Drexel University and read the entire report. He says many, not all, precincts in Pennsylvania use computer equipment without a backup paper trail.
"Some of our machines are very outdated running on legacy operating systems, old operating systems like Windows XP that's not even being supported by Microsoft at this point," D'Ovidio told Eyewitness News.