Princeton researchers demonstrate how someone can “steal an election” by running malicious software on a Diebold electronic voting machine. One possible scenario could have election workers replacing the machine’s memory card with their own, which would automatically install any software on it. Video after the jump.

At the end of the demonstration election, the poll machine prints out the incorrect “stolen election” result. The internal memory card also stores in the incorrect result

[via Gizmodo]

Princeton researchers demonstrate how someone can “steal an election” by running malicious software on a Diebold electronic voting machine. One possible scenario could have election workers replacing the machine’s memory card with their own, which would automatically install any software on it. Video after the jump.

At the end of the demonstration election, the poll machine prints out the incorrect “stolen election” result. The internal memory card also stores in the incorrect result

[via Gizmodo]