Firm invites experts to punch holes in ballot software
The company, which has patented its VHTi technology, wants comments, not competition, so it released the code and several documents to its Web site under a license that restricts use of the code to analysis for a period of 60 days.
"We pride ourselves on being good students of cryptography," said Jim Adler, founder and CEO of the Bellevue, Wash.-based company. "We know there is no security through obscurity, so we want to be open."
By Robert Lemos at ZDNet.
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