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Hackers asked to test new e-voting system

National News // By Tay Kinnear // Feb. 15, 2019

The Swiss Post Office is asking for hackers across the globe to see if they can get into a new e-voting system.

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If anyone is successful, they could get a cash reward.

Hackers - no matter where they are in the world - are being invited to register online and have a go at cracking the system.

The federal government is keen to move to electronic voting and is investing CHF 250,000 in the system.

If a hacker can prove they can break into the system and change a vote without being detected, they could get a bounty of up to CHF 50,000.

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