Thursday, January 25, 2007

It's almost as if they wanted it to be stolen....

How very strange...
It turns out Diebold uses a universal key to access its voting machines, meaning that anyone who has one, a minute of free time and a little know-how can steal an election without a trace. What’s worse, the company made an image of the key available on its website, allowing at least one viewer to produce multiple working copies

4 comments:

Tengrain said...

Ellroon: Tag-- you're it

Regards,

Tengrain

(I'm blogwhoring for a new blogger and an old friend in the UK)

ellroon said...

Gah! This means WAR!

Bryan said...

The Steelcase S-100 key opens almost every lock in office equipment ever produced. If you ask Steelcase for a replacement key, they send you an S-100, which is a master key.

If you ever worked in a office, you probably have an S-100 in a drawer somewhere.

ellroon said...

Medical records... dental... banking.. School...
This makes me feel so safe, Bryan.