The Princeton Diebold TS Hack on Video

It seems every week there's another voting machine hack demonstration video playing on the Web.

This one, performed by a team of Princeton researchers on a Diebold TS machine, is the most thorough yet in explaining how malicious code intended to steal elections can be planted on a voting machine in a few minutes, then proliferate like a virus spreading from one machine to another until an entire county or state election system is captive to a vote-rigging program resident in the machines that leaves no detectable trace of its presence, while altering the outcome of elections.

Thanks to Velvet Revolution for buying a stray TS machine on the open market and making it available for this demonstration.

You may also click here for video on the Princeton site.