Corpus ID: 189999201

Cyber-Risks in Paper Voting

@article{Sommer2019CyberRisksIP,
  title={Cyber-Risks in Paper Voting},
  author={David M. Sommer and M. Schneider and Jannik Gut and S. Capkun},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1906.07532}
}
Considering a large number of vulnerabilities reported in the news and the importance of elections and referendums, the general public as well as a number of security researchers consider paper ballot voting with its fully verifiable paper trail as more secure than current e-voting alternatives. In this paper, we add to this discussion and explore the security of paper voting. Although individual examples of vulnerabilities of the software used for paper voting were already reported, this work… Expand

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