Dutch security researcher Sijmen Ruwhof has examined the software used at Dutch polling stations to send election results, and now claims “the average iPad is more secure than the Dutch voting system.”
Hack the vote
Local television station RTL asked the researcher to examine the security of Dutch voting systems after they heard they used weak SHA1 cryptography in certain parts of the system.
Dutch elections have used paper-based voting since 2009, when the government banned electronic voting on security grounds.
Source: Computerworld.com | Security