CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Princeton researchers hack the vote. Researchers at Princeton intentionally injected malicious software into a Diebold Accu-vote-TS voting machine for the purposes of security research. In an online video the researchers, Ariel J. Feldman, J. Alex Halderman, and Edward W. Felten, conducted a pretend presidential election in which George Washington receives four votes to Benedict Arnold's one. Yet, when the voting machine is queried at the end of the day, its paper printout states that Arnold received three votes to Washington's two. Even the memory card, designed as a backup, reports the same fraudulent result. There is no way for an observer after the fact to disprove that voters did not give Arnold three votes to Washington's two--except that we saw in the video that the voters did in fact vote differently. The researchers at Princeton exploited well-known software flaws with the Diebold Accu-vote-TS voting to construct their malicious code and cited lax security procedures at the polling sites, such the ability to pick the lock on the memory card, as a means of spreading the malicious code. Full details are available in this PDF report. See also this story on News.com.
So predicts Tim Bird, the Sony programmer who's centrally involved in the merge of Google's Android Linux work with the "mainline" Linux kernel project, That cooperation took a big step Sunday when Linux leader Linus Torvalds released version 3.3 of the heart of Linux with some fruits of the cooperation, Android is open-source software, though the months of delays bringing Ice Cream Sandwich-based phones and tablets to market show how difficult it is to adopt that source code once Google is done building a new version behind closed doors, Android has plenty of higher-level components such as the Dalvik virtual machine for running apps and Google's own collection of apps, But down below all that is a Linux kernel that iphone case bottle opener Google has forked from the mainline kernel Torvalds publishes at the Kernel.org Web site..
CyanogenMod also revealed on Monday early plans for a screencast app to ship with the next major update to the custom ROM. Secure text messaging courtesy Open WhisperSystems begins to arrive in the nightly, unstable version of the customized Android OS. CyanogenMod began adding secure text messaging to its unstable, nightly version on Monday. When the feature eventually reaches the stable build of the popular third-party Android ROM, it will have around 10 million people on its rolls. To secure their texting app, CyanogenMod incorporated Open WhisperSystems' TextSecure, a secure texting app for Android and iOS that raises the level of text encryption without extra effort from you.
"While the jury is still out in terms of the Surface's long-term success in the domestic market, these stats point to Microsoft still having a good amount of ground to make up against current competitors," Chitika's Andrew Waber said, Google Nexus users, meanwhile, are generating more than seven times the Web traffic of the Surface, But they also had a head start, with the original Nexus 7 debuting this summer, Chitika said the gap between Nexus and Surface users will likely narrow, The company expects a clearer iphone case bottle opener picture of the device's long-term prospects following the holiday season..
Should the Nook Tablet prove successful, it would make sense for Amazon to release something in a $249 to $299 price point with extra memory, storage, and a still-portable 8.9-inch display size. The online giant is said to have begun production on a larger version of its already-popular tablet. Though Barnes & Noble countered Amazon's upcoming Kindle Fire by unveiling the Nook Tablet today, Amazon isn't stopping in its tracks. In fact, even before the Kindle Fire hits stores, rumors already suggest that the company is prepping its follow-up device for early 2012.
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