Student May Have Tried to Hack West Virginia’s Blockchain Voting App

Student May Have Tried to Hack West Virginia’s Blockchain Voting App
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Student May Have Tried to Hack West Virginia’s Blockchain Voting App

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is investigating whether a student at the University of Michigan attempted to hack the West Virginia’s voting app.

On Oct. 5, according to CNN, the United States Attorney for the Southern (NYSE:SO) District of West Virginia, Mike Stuart, wrote that the FBI is investigating the “unsuccessful attempted intrusion” by an outside party to gain access to the Voatz app, a mobile app that was used to collect ballots from overseas and military voters in the 2018 election.

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Student May Have Tried to Hack West Virginia’s Blockchain Voting App

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