"Last year, the Defcon hackers’ conference sponsored a Voting Village. Organizers collected 25 pieces of voting equipment, including voting machines and electronic poll books. By the end of the weekend, conference attendees had found ways to compromise every piece of test equipment: to load malicious software, compromise vote tallies and audit logs, or cause equipment to fail.American elections are too easy to hack. We must take action now | Bruce Schneier | Opinion | The Guardian
It’s important to understand that these were not well-funded nation-state attackers. These were not even academics who had been studying the problem for weeks. These were bored hackers, with no experience with voting machines, playing around between parties one weekend."
Thursday, April 19, 2018
American elections are too easy to hack. We must take action now | Bruce Schneier | Opinion | The Guardian
Tangentially, see The Russians Are Coming (Lawfare)