[ZDNet] Researchers found three flaws in ACT e-voting system that could affect election outcomes

Although system flaws didn’t change the outcome of the ACT’s 2020 election, they could in the future, with four Australian security researchers asking for access to the tech to help prevent such a scenario.

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