> be trusted again. If the program runs as a dedicated user (which could
> be set up so that no password will allow access to the account), a hole
A ha! I didn't know about this. I'll fix it up.
> only allows access to the voting data, so the consequences of a break in
> are much smaller.
But honestly, the code itself is good. I may not know so much about
security but I know a lot about serving data.
As I understand you, this fixes the machine's security, which admittedly
is of less concern to me than vote security.
Of course we haven't spoken yet about vote security.
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