Víctor Mateu

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In this paper we present a mix-type remote electronic voting system belonging to the " proof of product with redundancy " paradigm. Votes are composed using a redundancy system that permits to prove the correct composition and plaintext awareness of votes at vote reception and check the validity of the mixing operation while preventing some privacy or(More)
Vector-based homomorphic tallying remote voting schemes provide an efficient protocol for vote tallying, but they require voters to prove in zero-knowledge that the ballots they cast have been properly generated. This is usually achieved by means of the so-called zero-knowledge range proofs, which should be verified by the polling station before tallying.(More)
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