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Security experts say new electronic voting machines can be hacked

By The Christian Science Monitor
Saturday, October 27, 2012 6:46 EDT
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Could e-voting machines in Election 2012 be hacked? Yes.

Rapid advances in the development of cyberweapons and malicious software mean that electronic-voting machines used in the 2012 election could be hacked, potentially tipping the presidential election or a number of other races. Since the machines are not connected to the Internet, any hack would not…


 
 
 
 
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