How did thise voting hacker guys get a key to the machine anyways?

What a bunch of fucking retards we have in Diebold, and the Administration that is letting this continue. When you saw the video of those guys hacking into a diebold machine, didn’t you wonder where they got the key? I did. Diebold even said that no one could get those keys, so the hack was invalid. And one key is used for all their machines, ALL of them. Well…

The Princeton Diebold Virus Hack, if you’ve been living in a cave, found that a single person with 60 seconds of unsupervised access to the system who either picked the lock (easy in 10 seconds) or had a key, could slip a vote-swapping virus onto a single machine which could then undetectably affect every other machine in the county to steal an entire election.

But the folks at Princeton who discovered the hack (after our own organization,, gave them the Diebold touch-screen machine on which to perform their tests) had resisted showing exactly what the key looked like in order to hold on to some semblance of security for Diebold’s Disposable Touch-Screen Voting Systems.

But guess what? Diebold didn’t bother to even have that much common sense.

This idiotic company has had a photograph of the stupid key sitting on their own website’s online store! (Screenshot at end of this article.)

Of course, they’ll only sell such keys to "Diebold account holders" apparently — or so they claim — but that’s hardly a problem. J. Alex Halderman, one of the folks who worked on the Princeton Hack, but who had tried to keep the design of the key a secret for obvious reasons, revealed Tuesday that a friend of his had found the photo of the key on Diebold’s website and discovered that it was all he needed to create a working copy!