Receipt-Free Electronic Voting Scheme with a Tamper-Resistant Randomizer

@inproceedings{Lee2002ReceiptFreeEV,
  title={Receipt-Free Electronic Voting Scheme with a Tamper-Resistant Randomizer},
  author={Byoungcheon Lee and Kwangjo Kim},
  booktitle={ICISC},
  year={2002}
}
We investigate the receipt-freeness issue of electronic voting protocols. Receipt-freeness means that a voter neither obtains nor is able to construct a receipt proving the content of his vote. [Hirt01] proposed a receipt-free voting scheme by introducing a third-party randomizer and by using divertible zero-knowledge proof of validity and designatedverifier re-encryption proof. This scheme satisfies receipt-freeness under the assumption that the randomizer does not collude with a buyer and two… CONTINUE READING
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