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Mar 23, 2007



Fascinating. I'll have a post up soon about the extent to which the SAIT report comports to these guidelines. For one, they say,

"No statements discussing the use or manner in which system passwords are used, constructed or stored."

Then, if you look at the last page of the SAIT report, it says,

"Each of the other passwords mentioned above is fixed and hard-coded into the source code. They are the same for all iVotronic machines in the country, and likely to be known to every election official who manages elections on an iVotronic machine. They can never be changed, without changing the firmware on the iVotronic machine. This represents poor practice."

I'll have a post in an hour or so on my blog about the extent to which the report actually "obeys" any of this.

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