Thursday, July 24, 2003

Computer Voting Is Open to Easy Fraud

Someone has finally picked up on Bev Harris' intitial investigation into the Diebold voting system.

The NY Times reports that the "first review of the software by recognized computer security experts" has found "serious flaws that would allow voters to cast extra votes and permit poll workers to alter ballots without being detected."

The team of experts who conducted the study, led by Aviel D. Rubin, technical director of the Information Security Institute at Johns Hopkins University, have released the findings of their report, here.