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May 1, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:15pm


By CBR Staff Writer

A word of warning to not-so-confident parliamentary candidates in today’s UK General Election. Virus-checking software firm Dr Solomon’s Group Plc sent in 1500 spoof votes to the Secure Computing Awards held on Tuesday, to highlight flaws in the online voting system, and was then threatened with being reported to the judges for its actions. The firm must have thought better of a consequential wrist slapping – disqualification by any other name – and promptly withdrew from the contest. Go figure.

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