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Kerberos based Electronic Voting System

  title={Kerberos based Electronic Voting System},
  author={Virendra Kumar Yadav and Saumya Batham and Amitav Mallik},
An electronic voting (e-voting) system is a voting system in which the election data is recorded, stored and processed primarily as digital information. There have been several studies on electronic voting technology embracing both electronic means of casting a vote and electronic means of counting votes.In this paper we have proposed a model ‘KBEVS’ which provides voter an alternative way of voting irrespective of the locations. Voter simply performs some steps to do voting without knowing the… Expand

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