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Hackers target 30 voting machines at DefconA group of hackers show how electronic voting machines could be attacked, and how votes can be changed.
[MUSIC] [MUSIC] Additional entry points into the system. Yeah. That's probably Provides me access either directly to the hardware or at least the operating system itself. What that means is that we can put a keyboard and mouse on there and start mucking around the operating system onto the mice. [MUSIC] [MUSIC]