Sep 29, 2006

DieBold - RIP..!

Diebold Added Secret Patch to Ga. E-Voting Systems in '02

"Top Diebold corporation officials ordered workers to install secret files to Georgia’s electronic voting machines shortly before the 2002 Elections, at least two whistleblowers are now asserting."

Resuscitate Chad - STAT!


Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Really bad news for Liebold international.....

I mean Diebold..

Just goes to show you graft doesn't pay, and neither do foreign governments of any kind rigging elections.....

Are you ready for your closeup Mr Crist?

8:20 PM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...

This could be it, but is it too late for Nov? Forty days, and no impounding. These Republican-designed and manufactured roulette machines always favor the house.

Paper ballots forever.

8:23 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Doesn't matter...

Investors are soon gonna head for the hills...

8:31 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

stephen pitt,

Uhh you forgot one little detail now, namely that all sides can hack them ...

The pit bosses really hate it when their slots no longer has 'house' advantage!

Computer code anyone ?

8:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm a Georgia resident, I resented Diebold and Cathy Cox repeatedly pushing machines they are valid and paper trails are unnecessary.
From her own site, "advancing the e-government revolution"

Please help my home state of Georgia shake this republican dirt off.

And she wants to become Governor???


1:18 PM  
Blogger President Lindsay said...

From an article in 2003:

"Diebold Election Systems provides touch-screen machines for 10 states, and optical scan machines for 31 states. This company left thousands of sensitive files on an unprotected web site that any hacker with a laptop could get at. Among these files was one called "rob-georgia" that contained instructions to "replace voting machine files with these." And indeed, every one of the 22,000 voting machines in Georgia got files replaced, right before the election.

The Georgia Secretary of State's office says they, personally, helped to replace the files, which were hand delivered to them by Diebold. They also admit that no one checked to see what the computer code on the files actually did. However, reports that Diebold now says the whole thing never happened."

1:43 PM  

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