Security experts say a specific kind of electronic-voting machine is vulnerable to being hacked. Influencing a national election would be difficult, but the advance of malware makes it possible.
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Timely piece by Mark Clayton of Christian Science Monitor. A question was asked by Mark: Could e-voting machines in election 2012 be hacked? And she answered 'yes' citing references of many experts and analysing the risks involved. A more elaborate research paper by Barbara Simons and Douglas W. Jones is available in the Communications of the ACM, Vol. 55 No. 10, Pages 68-77 titled "Internet Voting in the U.S."