IT student ‘astonished’ by weaknesses in Germany’s 30-year-old system and says company did not take him seriously

Serious security flaws in the software used to register voting tallies in Germany and transmit them across the country have been found by a hackers’ collective, who have warned of the possibility of external attacks.

A member of the collective, Martin Tschirsich, an IT student from Darmstadt, said he was astonished to come across the weaknesses in the 30-year old system.

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