Avi Rubin — American Scientist born on November 08, 1967,

Aviel David "Avi" Rubin is an expert in systems and networking security. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan and Professor of Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University, Technical Director of the Information Security Institute at Johns Hopkins, Director of ACCURATE, and President and co-founder of Independent Security Evaluators. In 2002, he was elected to the Board of Directors of the USENIX Association for a two-year term... (wikipedia)

People's computers are not getting more secure. They're getting more infected with viruses. They're getting more under the control of malware.
My position hasn't changed over the years. Which is that online voting is a very unsafe idea and a very bad idea and something I think no technological breakthrough I can foresee can ever change.
If our financial industry regarded security the way the health-care sector does, I would stuff my cash in a mattress under my bed.
I think that, you know, looking at all the systems that I've been studying over the last several years, that paper ballots with a precinct optical scan counters and random audits is the best system that we can have.
In any election, it's important that the public perceive that the election is held fairly.

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