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Computer Scientists Take Over Electronic Voting Machine with New Programming Technique
Computer scientists demonstrated that criminals could hack an electronic voting machine and steal votes using a malicious programming approach that had not been invented when the voting machine was designed. The team of scientists from University of California, San Diego and the University of Michigan, and Princeton University employed return-oriented programming to force a Sequoia AVC Advantage electronic voting machine to turn against itself and steal votes.