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Proprietary Software Used In German Elections Trivial To Hack, Say CCC Researchers

Security researchers from the Chaos Computer Club identified multiple vulnerabilities in PC-Wahl, the proprietary software used to capture, aggregate, and tabulate votes in multiple German elections, including the upcoming parliamentary election.
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