Hacking Diebold voting machines with $10.50 worth of parts
Diebold dominates the voting machine market in spite of multiple security issues raised over the years. The Vulnerability Assessment Team at Argone National Laboratory in Illinois just released information about a man-in-the-middle exploit that can change votes while leaving no trace of the attack. "$10.50 worth of parts and an 8th grade science education" can do the trick. Read more.