Tory leadership contest’s online vote is still vulnerable to hackers
A combined online and postal vote will soon decide the UK’s next prime minister, but doubts linger about whether the process is truly secure.
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) – a branch of UK intelligence organisation GCHQ – stepped in to delay the ruling Conservative party leadership poll early in August while security for the online voting was tightened. There are still concerns about it. It is the first time the UK …
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