Nothing better illustrates the State’s "band-aid approach, where serious security vulnerabilities can be covered over with ad hoc fixes" (as Roger characterizes it) than this. The superglue will interfere with the ability for election workers to (legitimately) remove the seal to maintain the machine. The superglue will make it more difficult to detect tampering, because it goes on in such a variable way that the inspector doesn’t know what’s supposed to be "normal." And the extremely soft adhesive on the tape seal is extremely difficult to clean up, when the election worker (legitimately) removes it to maintain the machine. Of course, one must clean up all the old adhesive before resealing the voting machine.
Furthermore, Roger demonstrated for the Court that all these seals can still be defeated, with or without the superglue.
via Freedom to Tinker – Seals on NJ voting machines, March 2009. So security seals protecting those voting machines, useless.