E-Voting Machines More Dangerous Than First Thought
We’ve discussed at least a half dozen serious problems with these devices which have been installed all across the country. The most recent problem? Direct hardware hacks.
Turns out that with a $20 bill, a technical person could build a small card which, when installed, would allow a hacker to remotely control the votes that were cast by the machine with no way to determine which votes were changed and how.
- The scary truth about voting machine hacking risk (exclusive video) (zdnet.com)
- Indian Voting Machines With Paper Trails to Be Field-tested (pcworld.com)
- Insider Attack Against Diebold Voting Machines (schneier.com)
- Security Seals on Voting Machines (schneier.com)
- Researchers Hack Voting Machine For $26 | Fox News (trutherator.wordpress.com)
- Diebold voting machines can be hacked by remote control (salon.com)