Abhaxas Dumps Details of the Internal Florida Voting Database Online Drew Wilson | July 2, 2011 Election fraud and accusations of rigged voting might be as old as US election systems themselves, but some may wonder, if a hacker can gain access to the election voting system, how secure are elections anyway? Note: This is an article I wrote that was published elsewhere first. It has been republished here for archival purposes The AntiSec movement is definitely rolling along, but Anonymous is pointing to a recent hack that could raise some serious questions over the integrity of voting in Florida. It seems that a hacker who uses Twitter obtained parts of the Florida voting database which has been subsequently posted to Paste2. It appears that the hacker in question wanted to show that voting fraud can easily happen today and dumped parts of the Florida database to prove it. From the comments of the release: So, this is a little ironic. Here is inside details of florida voting systems. Now.. who still believes voting isn’t rigged? If the United States Government can’t even keep their ballot systems secure, why trust them at all? FAIL! The content was tweeted, “Who believes voting isn’t tampered with?” It’s the latest in a long string of hacks since LulzSec was disbanded. Previously, the Arizona Police Force had details leak about them not once, not twice, but three times. In another leak, the AntiSec movement leaked details of Viacom and Universal Music along with content from various government servers. This latest hack clearly demonstrates that Anonymous isn’t the only organization that is doing the hacking these days. One thing is for sure though, it’s hard to imagine that this would not have very big political implications. Drew Wilson on Twitter: @icecube85 and Google+.