UConn Finds Diebold Optical-Scan (Paper-Based) Systems as 'Vulnerable to Tampering, Vote Rigging, and Incorrect TabulatiQuicklink submitted by Joan Brunwasser Permalink
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|In his blog, Johns-Hopkins University Computer Scientist Avi Rubin says:
"Reading this report was a hair raising experience for me. Diebold has clearly not learned any of the lessons from our 2003 report, and it is startling to see that their optical scan ballot counter is as vulnerable to tampering, vote rigging, and incorrect tabulation as the DRE."
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