• Its wireless network is “safeguarded” with insecure WEP encryption — and the password is abcde.
• The Windows admin password is (no, I’m not making this up) admin.
• Windows file-sharing is left on.
• You can’t turn off the WiFi; if you remove the wireless card, the device won’t boot.
• An unencrypted database.
According to security researcher Jeremy Epstein, if the machines weren't hacked in past elections, "it was because nobody tried."
That's pretty serious, seems like they would go back to paper?