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Diebold, whose electronic voting systems will be widely used in the U.S. presidential election on Nov. 2, continues to run its public web site on Windows NT4, forgoing newer Microsoft operating systems. Granted, it's for a Web site that's completely separate of their ATM-like voting machines, but it doesn't really lend much to their credibility as security experts when they're running a stupidly old and insecure operating system on their Web site. Full story.

Posted by Jake on 10/19/04 @ 09:47 AM
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