Security of High-Tech Voting in Doubt A study by Johns Hopkins researchers finds numerous security flaws in the software that powers a popular electronic voting system manufactured by Diebold Election System. The company says the flaws have been fixed, but at least one state is now reassessing its planned purchase of the voting machines. Hear NPR's Brian Naylor.
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A study by Johns Hopkins researchers finds numerous security flaws in the software that powers a popular electronic voting system manufactured by Diebold Election System. The company says the flaws have been fixed, but at least one state is now reassessing its planned purchase of the voting machines. Hear NPR's Brian Naylor.