U.S. election-related software feature countless security flaws

U.S. election-related software feature countless security flaws

U.S. election-related software feature countless security flaws

The United States mid-term elections will kick off on 6th November, but just like how suspected Russian hackers hacked into election-related software prior to the 2016 elections and subsequently carried out a spear-phishing campaign to influence the electoral outcome, hackers could easily hack into such software again and influence the outcome come November.

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