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Brazilian Breaks Secrecy of Brazil’s E-Voting Machines With Van Eck Phreaking

November 21st, 2009 11:11 admin

After the report last week that Brazil’s e-voting machines had withstood the scrutiny of a team of invited hackers, reader ateu writes with news that a hacker has shown that the Linux-based voting machines aren’t perfectly safe; he was able to eavesdrop on them (translated from Portuguese) by means of Van Eck phreaking.

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