Wired magazine recently reported that several of the electronic voting machines, which contain the “closely held” software secrets were recently auctioned off at government auction. How’s that for “homeland security” gone awry? The cost? $82.
The man that purchased these five machines was none other than a Princeton computer science professor who promptly reverse-engineered the systems, along with his students seeking security holes. Want to know what he found?The read the entire Wired article about the Auction of Top Secret US Voting Machines (update 8/31/2014 – link no longer functions). *tsk-tsk*