An online voting system used in Florida and Ohio can be hacked to alter votes without detection, researchers found

Security researchers found vulnerabilities in an online voting system that could let hackers alter votes without being detected by voters or elections officials, according to a report published Sunday. The report, published by researchers at MIT and the University of Michigan, reveals serious security problems with an online voting application made by Seattle-based Democracy Live. The online voting software is being used by some county and state governments in Colorado, Delaware, New Jersey, Florida, Ohio, Oregon, Washington, and West Virginia. Online voting has typically been reserved for overseas voters, but could be expanded to more people given the

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