Usability Analysis of Helios - An Open Source Verifiable Remote Electronic Voting System

@inproceedings{Karayumak2011UsabilityAO,
  title={Usability Analysis of Helios - An Open Source Verifiable Remote Electronic Voting System},
  author={Fatih Karayumak and Maina M. Olembo and Michaela Kauer and Melanie Volkamer},
  booktitle={EVT/WOTE},
  year={2011}
}
Currently, rather secure cryptographic voting protocols providing verifiability exist. However, without adequate usability and abstraction concepts to explain the voting process and, in particular, the verifiability steps, they are not ready for legally binding elections. This holds in particular for remote electronic voting systems because of the absence of poll workers who can support voters by explaining single steps. In this paper, the usability of the ballot casting and verifiability… CONTINUE READING
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