Hackers at DefCon 2017 this weekend managed to get a WinVote apparatus to play Rick Astley — and in the action approved axiological flaws with agenda voting.

More than 30 voting machines made up the Voting Village at DefCon. It took the attendees mere account to crack open the accessories — metaphorically speaking. Their first order of business was to make it play one of the WinVote machines play “Never Gonna Give You Up” by Rick Astley, because of course it was.

Despite being commonly-used, some of the machines were barely protected. According to , aegis expert Brandon Pfeifer said,

This software just isn’t up to modern standards. It’s not even as acerb adequate as a PC … It just took us a couple of hours on Google to find passwords that let us unlock the authoritative functions on this machine. Now we’re alive on where we can go from there.

The speed with which the hackers managed to expose the caught accessories is chillingly impressive. However, it gives some hope they can make a start on architecture walls to assure future machines from attack.

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