11-Year-Old Kid HACKS Florida Elections Website Replica

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As the left repeatedly tells everyone that there is no such thing as voter fraud and that the government websites are safe from tampering, an 11-year-old boy hacked into a true replica of the Florida secretary of state website, successfully changing vote tallies, candidate names, and party information, as part of an exercise put on at a hacking convention called DEFCON Voting Village, with this apparently being the 26th edition.

In fact, according to the convention organizers, 35 out of 39 kids, aged 9-17, were able to accomplish this. DEFCON reports that the Diebold machines that the states use to tally votes were running on expired SSL certificates.—More….


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