Hackers tried to infiltrate state's voter registration system almost 150,000 times on US election day

Hackers tried to infiltrate state's voter registration system almost 150,000 times on US election dayHackers tried to access South Carolina’s voter registration system almost 150,000 times on Election Day alone, a new report from the state’s Election Commission has revealed. The report plays into a larger pattern of attempted hacking in the 2016 election, in which the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) says more than 20 US states were targeted. Intelligence officials believe much of the election meddling was carried out by Russian hackers.


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