The Swiss Federal Chancellery (SFC) on Tuesday said security researchers have found an fascinating flaw in the Swiss Post’s e-voting system as part of an ongoing penetration test. Said flaw, if successfully exploited by miscreants, would prevent officials from detecting unauthorized changes to citizens’ electronically-cast votes. Swiss authorities released the source code of their computer-based voting system and began a public audit of their blueprints on February 25, 2019, to identify vulnerabilities and fix them. The test is scheduled to run until March 24, 2019.
Source: The Register