The norwegian internet voting protocol

@inproceedings{Gjsteen2011TheNI,
  title={The norwegian internet voting protocol},
  author={Kristian Gj\osteen},
  booktitle={IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive},
  year={2011}
}
The Norwegian government ran a trial of internet remote voting during the 2011 local government elections, and will run another trial during the 2013 parliamentary elections. A new cryptographic voting protocol will be used, where so-called return codes allow voters to verify that their ballots will be counted as cast. This paper discusses this cryptographic protocol, and in particular the ballot submission phase. The security of the protocol relies on a novel hardness assumption similar to… CONTINUE READING
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