Man-In-the-Middle Remote attack on Diebold Voting Machine.
Elections are coming real soon! Hack-a-Vote?
“The cost of the attack that you’re going to see was $10.50 in retail quantities,” explains Warner in the video. “If you want to use the RF [radio frequency] remote control to stop and start the attacks, that’s another $15. So the total cost would be $26.”
“This is a national security issue,” VAT team leader Roger Johnston told me, echoing what I’ve been reporting other computer scientists and security experts telling me for years. “It should really be handled by the Department of Homeland Security.” “The level of sophistication it took to develop the circuit board” used in the attack “was that of basically an 8th grade science shop,” says Argonne’s John Warner. “Anybody with an electronics workbench could put this together.”