Premier Election Solutions

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Diebold Election Solutions was renamed Premier Election Solutions, after multiple leaks and charges that their voting software was insecure.

Leaks

2003

Sometime in the spring of 2003 an unknown hacker broke into Diebold computers and obtained a large portion of their email archives, which was posted online. The source code to their voting machines was also leaked. Researchers at Johns Hopkins University and Rice University published a damning critique of the products, based on an analysis of the software. They stated that it would be easy to program a counterfeit voting card to work with the machines and then use it to cast multiple votes inside the voting booth.

2006

Another leak occurred in 2006.[1]


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