In another stunning blow to the security and integrity of Diebold’s electronic voting machines, someone has made a copy of the key which opens ALL Diebold e-voting machines from a picture on the company’s own website. The working keys were confirmed by Princeton scientists, the same people who discovered that a simple virus hack on the Diebold machines could steal an election. Absolutely incredible and another example of how Diebold’s e-voting machines pose a great threat to the electoral process.
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