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Hackers Elect Bender to School Board

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.
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With Election Over, First Order Of Business Is $450B In Corporate Tax Breaks

US Politics / Liberal : Crooks and Liars (5 hours ago)

The election is over. Congress is back in Washington. The first order of business after the election is to give big tax breaks to the corporations – $450 billion worth. Fortunately, President Obama is trying to do something about th... Read Post

Hoaxer Tells University Election Day Moved

US Politics / Liberal : Drudge Retort Weblog (6 years ago)

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

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US Politics / Liberal : The New Republic - Jonathan Chait (4 years ago)

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