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NSW iVote source code to be opened for review
Researchers to get one year to find vulnerabilities.
Jul 30 2019 1:53PM
System glitch prevents Aussies from voting in Eurovision
MNET system brings up error messages.
May 25 2015 12:36PM
Comms dept proposes BYOD for e-voting trial
With MyGov to be used for ID verification.
Jul 30 2014 9:23AM
NSW Govt awards contract to expand online voting
$1.9 million, five-year deal.
May 12 2014 2:44PM
Voting open to logic attacks
Failed Florida election rig.
Mar 21 2013 10:19AM
Victorians to vote online next year
Security to be tested during by-elections.
Mar 16 2012 8:16AM
Incident response and e-voting discussed at Security on the Move
Breaches, cloud computing contracts, and fraud go under the spotlight.
Mar 13 2012 3:47PM
Online voting the other winner in NSW election
Five times more online votes than anticipated.
Mar 28 2011 3:45PM
Security researcher gets bail in India
Voting machine exploit case.
Aug 30 2010 2:53PM
India chases leak of e-voting machine: report
Security researcher arrested over tests on anonymously-provided box.
Aug 23 2010 3:23PM
Voting machines hit by malware lead to allegations of voter fraud
'Unhackable' machines may have been compromised.
Nov 23 2009 10:37AM
Internet voting starts for US citizens
The first internet votes in U.S. history will be cast on Friday in an experiment to judge the effectiveness of the system.
Oct 24 2008 3:04PM
Liberal Party shuns online how-to-vote site
A website that suggests who punters should vote for in tomorrow’s election has been completely shunned by the Coalition with only one Liberal and one National candidate choosing to participate.
Nov 23 2007 3:35PM
California decertifies ‘vulnerable' voting machines
California's secretary of state has decertified the voting machines of four companies, saying the security of their systems is "too flawed to be widely used."
Aug 8 2007 1:59PM
UK's Electoral Commission nixes online voting
A report by the Electoral Commission concludes that attempts to introduce electronic voting and counting of ballots have been rushed and need serious improvement.
Aug 3 2007 1:18PM
Electronic voting systems vulnerable to hackers
Researchers from the University of California found IT and physical security vulnerabilities in three electronic voting systems as part of a study for the top election official of the nation's most populous state.
Jul 31 2007 8:51AM
Electronic voting gets thumbs down
Pencil and paper wins out over computers, says official electoral observer.
Jun 25 2007 10:24AM
Voting stalls on EU roaming charges
Countries can't agree price or how soon it comes into effect.
May 7 2007 4:15PM
UK government to trial electronic voting
Vote early, vote often.
Jan 31 2007 9:25AM
On Election Day, IT security executives have doubts about electronic voting
As America goes to the polls, many IT security leaders have concerns about electronic voting systems being used across the land.
Nov 7 2006 9:27PM
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