11/16/2020, Originally Featured in CPO Magazine

“While much of the media focus was on the expansion of mail-in voting in the 2020 US election, there was also a smaller and quieter increase in internet-based electronic voting. While this option is presently reserved for a relatively small subset of absentee voters, some of these new options are viewed as pilot programs with the potential for future expansion. A group of security researchers from MIT and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are warning that this could be a catastrophic move. Researchers believe that even when these voting methods are secured by blockchain technology, they are still far too vulnerable to outside attack.”

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https://www.cpomagazine.com/cyber-security/mit-security-experts-issue-warning-about-electronic-voting-blockchain-based-systems-are-not-ready-for-prime-time/