Voting Machines Are Still Too Easy To Hack

That was more than a decade ago, but >Georgia still uses the AccuVote TS. The state is one of five ― the others are Delaware, Louisiana, New Jersey and South Carolina ― that rely entirely on DREs for voting. Ten other states use a combination of paper ballots and DRE machines that leave no paper trail. Many use a newer version of the AccuVote known as the TSX ― even though computer scientists have demonstrated that machine, too, is vulnerable to hacking. Others use the Sequoia AVC Advantage, which Princeton professor >Andrew Appel demonstrated could be similarly manipulated in a >2007 legal filing. Appel bought a Sequoia machine online for $82 and demonstrated that he could remove 10 screws and easily replace the Sequoia’s memory card with a modified version that would alter the outcome of an election.


Trending Hairstyles

Source : http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/electronic-voting-machines-hack-russia_us_5967e1c2e4b03389bb162c96

Good News For Russia: 15 States Use Easily Hackable Voting Machines
Voting machines are still too easy to hack
The DHS hasn't investigated whether voting machines were hacked in November, and says it doesn't intend to
DIGITAL BALLOTS, OUTDATED MACHINERY LEAVE US EXPOSED TO RUSSIAN HACK ROUND TWO
Inside the Secret Plan to Stop Vladimir Putin’s U.S. Election Plot
Which voting machines can be hacked through the Internet?
US e-voting machines are (still) woefully antiquated and subject to fraud
How Easy-to-hack Voting Machines Endanger Democracy
Russia will be back. Here’s how to hack-proof the next election.