Major security flaw in Switzerland's online voting system could allow 'vote manipulation' without detection

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E-voting security weakness lies in the way encrypted e-votes are 'shuffled' to protect voter privacy

Security researchers have discovered a critical security flaw in Switzerland's e-voting system, which could enable hackers to manipulate votes cast, without ever being detected by the authorities. ...

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