Hacking a Voting Machine: Making Your Vote REALLY Count

After the Florida debacle a number of years ago, it really shouldn't come as a surprise that there are *gasp* vulnerabilities in the voting system. Take this hack of the Sequoia Voting kiosk for example. As you will see in the video, a trojan app can be easily installed via a USB key planted among a pool of keys… » 9/15/08 11:45am 9/15/08 11:45am

Diebold Voting Machines: Secure as Never

Proving they're getting on that whole (in)security thing, Diebold put a picture of the key that opens their voting machines online. Yes, the key—one key opens all of their machines. Result? Someone was able to copy it using the photo on the website. Makes you relish the days of hanging chads, doesn't it? » 1/24/07 10:55pm 1/24/07 10:55pm