This week on "Campaign 2018: Election Hacking" we examine the threat against voting machines. There's growing concern over whether hackers could potentially change votes by attacking one of these computers. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson spoke with Cris Thomas, a hacker known as Space Rogue who also specializes in election integrity at IBM. Patterson joined CBSN with more insight into potential vulnerabilities.



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