"It's probably not an accident," Harris said, "because you can look back through the source code to see that [Diebold] went through some programming contortions to keep this thing there. It had to have been expensive for them, frankly."
"When we saw the way they designed it [the ‘built-in']," Harris explained, "Harri [Hursti, computer expert] said 'We have the Holy Grail.' The Elections people are very concerned," Harris said.
The most disturbing discovery in recent memory is the latest report from Blackboxvoting.org:
In another test, Congresswoman Corrine Brown (FL-Dem) was shocked to see the impact of a trojan implanted by Dr. Herbert Thompson. She asked if the program could be manipulated in such a way as to flip every fifth vote.
"No problem," Dr. Thompson replied.
"It IS a problem. It's a PROBLEM!" exclaimed Brown, whose district includes the troubled Volusia County, along with Duval County -- both currently using the Diebold opti-scan system.
I would recommend you read both articles carefully - there is a lot of technical detail.