Corpus ID: 2015880

A New Implementation of a Dual (Paper and Cryptographic) Voting System

  title={A New Implementation of a Dual (Paper and Cryptographic) Voting System},
  author={Jonathan Ben-Nun and N. Fahri and M. Llewellyn and Ben Riva and A. Rosen and A. Ta-Shma and Douglas Wikstr{\"o}m},
  booktitle={Electronic Voting},
  • Jonathan Ben-Nun, N. Fahri, +4 authors Douglas Wikström
  • Published in Electronic Voting 2012
  • Computer Science, Political Science
  • We report on the design and implementation of a new cryptographic voting system, designed to retain the "look and feel" of standard, paper-based voting used in our country Israel while enhancing security with end-to-end verifiability guaranteed by cryptographic voting. Our system is dual ballot and runs two voting processes in parallel: one is electronic while the other is paper-based and similar to the traditional process used in Israel. Consistency between the two processes is enforced by… CONTINUE READING
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