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User Clip: Risch and Halderman: Voting machines themselves don't have to be directly connected to the Internet to be hacked

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June 22, 2017

Sen. Risch: If you were sitting in Russia and wanted to hack voting systems, would that ability depend on those machines being connected to… read more

Sen. Risch: If you were sitting in Russia and wanted to hack voting systems, would that ability depend on those machines being connected to the Internet? Halderman: That would depend on whether IT offices' computers where the election programming is prepared are ever connected to the Internet. "The machines themselves don't have to be directly connected to the Internet for a remote attacker to target them." It's a best practice to isolate vote tabulation equipment from the Internet, including isolating systems used to program it, but other pieces of critical voting infrastructure like electronic poll books or online registration systems, do sometimes need to be connected to systems that have Internet access. close

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User Clip: Risch and Halderman: Voting machines themselves don't have to be directly connected to the Internet to be hacked

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