The Washington, D.C., school board dared hackers to crack its new web-based absentee voting system four days ahead of the real election. University of Michigan professor Alexander Halderman, and two graduate students did the deed within a few hours, getting the Futurama character Bender elected to the board. Using a shell vulnerability to break in to the system, they were able to change existing votes and replace new ones with fakes.
Unknown hackers broke into George Mason University's e-mail system and sent 35,000 students a forged message from the school's provost early this morning stating that Election Day had been moved to Nov. 5.... Read Post
Which is a tacit admission of guilt in the partisan nature of their law: Attorneys representing Gov. Pat McCrory, the N.C. Board of Elections and other state officials have laid out a proposed schedule in a report to the federal cou... Read Post
University of Michigan students outwit computerized voting system: It’s a win for the University of Michigan Wolverines,... if not for anyone else. After election officials in Washington, D.C., egged on hackers to have a go at their... Read Post