‘Sloppy’ Mobile Voting App Used in Four States Has ‘Elementary’ Security Flaws
MIT researchers say an attacker could intercept and alter votes, while making voters think their votes have been cast correctly, or trick the votes server into accepting connections from an attacker.
A mobile voting app being used in West Virginia and other states has elementary security flaws that would allow someone to see and intercept votes as they’re transmitted from mobile phones to the voting company’s server, new research reveals.
An attacker would also be able to alter the user’s vote and trick the user into believing their vote was transmitted accurately […]
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