Pac-Man Hacked Onto a Touch-Screen Voting Machine Without Breaking ‘Tamper-Evident’ Seals

Interesting, both because the “tamper-proof” voting machines can easily be hacked, and that the software is the IP of a socialist dictator.

This is your Sequoia touch-screen voting machine with Pac-Man hacked onto it without disturbing any of the “tamper-evident” seals supposedly meant to protect it from hackers…

Any questions?…

Sequoia’s voting machines, used in some 20% of U.S. elections, employ Intellectual Property (IP) still owned by a Venezuelan firm tied to Hugo Chavez. Sequoia itself is now owned by a Canadian firm called Dominion. (Though Dominion, like Sequoia itself before it, lied about the continuing Venezuelan/Chavez ties in its recent announcement of the acquisition, as detailed exclusively by The BRAD BLOG, to little notice, in June.)

via The BRAD BLOG : Pac-Man Hacked Onto a Touch-Screen Voting Machine Without Breaking ‘Tamper-Evident’ Seals.

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