NEWS:

Updated Oct. 27, 2004

CNET Article
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SI Press Release
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Blogcritics.org Book Review
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Slashdot.org Book Review
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CNN/South Florida Comcast Newsmakers interview with the authors
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What does Baxter have to say?
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Syngress Publishing Press Release
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Read the Wired article
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Dr. Herbert Thompson on Washington Post Video
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"Behind the Scenes at The Mezonic Agenda" Article
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"Hack-Along" with the Heroes and Villains of the Mezonic Agenda as the American Presidency hangs in the balance of cyber-space...

Monkeying around with the election...(video)

In six days Chad Davis will testify before Congress on the security, stability, and safety of Advice Software Inc.'s e-vote software. He is a world-renowned expert on software security, and his testimony will determine if the software will be implemented for use during the 2004 United States Presidential Elections.

After his speech at an RSA conference in Amsterdam, he is handed a cryptic CD with information on the software from notorious hacker Baff Lexicon. Davis and his friend from the FBI must use their knowledge of buffer overflows, format string vulnerabilities and zero-day exploits to penetrate physical and cyber defenses, ultimately uncovering Advice's plot to fix the US presidential elections.

What is the software's secret? What are the motives that drive Advice Software's CEO and what is his connection to a secret society destined to avenge the 9/11 attacks against the US?