Of course, they'll only sell such keys to "Diebold account holders" apparently --- or so they claim --- but that's hardly a problem. J. Alex Halderman, one of the folks who worked on the Princeton Hack and tried to keep the design of the key secret for obvious reasons, revealed Tuesday that a friend of his had found the photo of the key on Diebold's website and discovered that was all he needed to create a working copy!Yes, really. Just by looking at a picture of the key, someone was able to use a grinder to make one that worked.
Makes you kinda long for the days of dangling chads, doesn't it?
P.S. Sorry for not posting much. Things are crazy at work and in Real Life, too.