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kentauros Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Sep-28-11 07:48 AM
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73. From what I've read, not very.
The banks make sure that the software is secure, and Diebold makes it available to them, presumably for security testing. They have been rather obstinate in their refusal to share the software for voting machines.

I'd say now is the time for the hackers to break into Diebold's voting machines and share their "proprietary" software with the world. Maybe then they'll understand why it's important to us to know how vulnerable the software is. Obviously, we now know how vulnerable the hardware is...
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