[E-voting] Security Excuse Bingo

Catherine Ansbro cansbro at eircom.net
Wed Aug 8 00:17:20 IST 2007


http://www.bbvforums.org/cgi-bin/forums/show.cgi?tpc=8&post=36576#POST36576

John Washburn at BBV:
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For those of use with too much of a reality-based approach to life, The 
head of the Sequoia Source Code review team for California, Matt Blaze 
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matt_Blaze>, 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matt_Blaze
has provided Security Excuse Bingo <http://www.crypto.com/blog/bingo/>.
http://www.crypto.com/blog/bingo/

The game is straight forward, read a press release and blot out the 
squares corrresponding to the excuses offered in the press release. As 
with regular Bingo the center is a give me and 5 in a row is a win.

For the engineers who need to create a press release, select any five 
excuses and incorporate them in to your press release disputing the 
report which documents your products security failings.

This should make reading press release from Mark Radtke (Diebold), 
Michelle Shafer <http://www.sequoiavote.com/article.php?id=70> 
(Sequoia), John S. Groh
(ES&S), Jill Friedman (ES&S), and Josh Allen 
<http://www.hartintercivic.com/pr_view.php?prid=66> (Hart interCivic) 
far more engaging.

(Message edited by johnwashburn on August 07, 2007)
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If you go to the link mentioned above, http://www.crypto.com/blog/bingo/
you'll find the link to the bingo card.  It's great!

--Catherine



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