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June 21, 2017

J. Alex Halderman: Our voting structure is vulnerable to sabotage, even to attacks that can change votes

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J. Alex Halderman: Our voting structure is vulnerable to sabotage, even to attacks that can change votes Computer science professor whose research focuses on computer security and privacy has (with colleagues) studied voting machines and tested and verified that they can be hacked by foreign actors. "The key lesson from 2016 is that these threats are real." What needs to happen: * Upgrade old voting machines to new ones that have optical character recognition to recognize votes made on paper ballots. * Use those paper backups to verify the ballot count is accurate. * Harden voting systems against sabotage by applying cybersecurity best practices. We can upgrade our election infrastructure by 2018. close

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J. Alex Halderman: Our voting structure is vulnerable to sabotage, even to attacks that can change votes

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