Hackers Test California Voting Machines California state officials asked a team of researchers to try to hack into several different types of electronic voting devices certified for use in the state. The leader of the hacking effort reports that his team was able to compromise the security of all the systems tested.
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Hackers Test California Voting Machines

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Hackers Test California Voting Machines

Hackers Test California Voting Machines

Hackers Test California Voting Machines

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California state officials asked a team of researchers to try to hack into several different types of electronic voting devices certified for use in the state. The leader of the hacking effort reports that his team was able to compromise the security of all the systems tested.

Matt Bishop, co-director, Computer Security Laboratory; professor, department of computer science, University of California, Davis