Víctor Mateu

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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)
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)
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