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Proceedings. 13th International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications, 2002
We are in the process of producing a common user requirement specification for electronic voting systems, based on a generic voting model that takes into account: a) the existing European legal framework, b) organizational details of conventional voting processes, c) the required security attributes, and d) opportunities offered and constraints imposed by state-of-the-art technology. The requirements elicitation process has been ...
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We propose two new anonymous secure electronic voting schemes that protect the privacy of the voters and prevent double voting. These schemes do not require any special voting channel and the communications can occur entirely over existing networks such as the Internet. The proposed schemes are based on the ElGamal digital signature algorithm and can be applied to elections in ...
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We are in the process of producing a common user requirement specification for electronic voting systems, based on a generic voting model that takes into account: a) the existing European legal framework, b) organizational details of conventional voting processes, c) the required security attributes, and d) opportunities offered and constraints imposed by state-of-the-art technology. The requirements elicitation process has been based on the rational unified process with each "use case" referring to a functional requirement of the system. Its "security attributes" (mainly imposed by the legal framework) are being expressed as non-functional requirements which are either "use case specific" or "system wide".
We propose two new anonymous secure electronic voting schemes that protect the privacy of the voters and prevent double voting. These schemes do not require any special voting channel and the communications can occur entirely over existing networks such as the Internet. The proposed schemes are based on the ElGamal digital signature algorithm and can be applied to elections in a variety of situations ranging from an election in a small organization to a country.
Voting systems have become controversial in the years following the multiple election disasters that occurred in the United States during and after 2000. Of particular note were the electronic voting (e-voting) systems that were widely deployed to replace the pre-scored punch-card systems, systems that had have been frequently judged to be central to the problem in the 2000 Florida general election. The (premature) deployment of e-voting machines stimulated a new field of security and privacy research around the subject of elections, a subject that has turned out to be more complex and deeper than anyone would have predicted a decade ago. Here we present a sample of some of the finest recent work on election technology from authors on three continents.
Cryptographic protocols are the basis for the security of any protected system, including the electronic voting system. One of the most effective ways to analyze protocol security is to use verifiers. In this paper, the formal verifier SPIN was used to analyze the security of the cryptographic protocol for e-voting, which is based on model checking using linear temporal logic (LTL). The cryptographic protocol of electronic voting is described. The main structural units of the Promela language used for simulation in the SPIN verifier are described. The model of the electronic voting protocol in the language Promela is given. The interacting parties, transferred data, the order of the messages transmitted between the parties are described. Security of the cryptographic protocol using the SPIN tool is verified. The simulation of the protocol with active intruder using the man in the middle attack (MITM) to substitute data is made. In the simulation results it is established that the protocol correctly handles the case of an active attack on the parties' authentication.
Voting is common in our daily life, from electing president to electing committee; we need to set up a complete electronic voting scheme suitable for all kinds of voting with safe guaranty where the voter's privacy can be protected. However, most present electronic voting schemes are still in experimental stage. People often question about the security of electronic voting because all schemes require the verification of trusted centers. And these trusted centers add the complexity of processing. In this paper, we present a one-server private information retrieval (PIR) electronic voting scheme with secure coprocessor (SC). In the scheme, we not only protect personal privacy but also increase the security of the voting procedure. Besides, using only one server can lower the cost. This idea can be used in small-scale election practically, because of its high security, low cost and good efficiency. By this novel and practical electronic voting system, electronic voting can be applied more easily in everyday life.
Recently, the use of formal methods to specify and verify properties of electronic voting (e-voting) systems, with particular interest in security, verifiability, and anonymity, is getting much attention. Formal specification and verification of such systems can greatly help to better understand the system requirements by thoroughly specifying and analyzing the underlying assumptions and security specific properties. Unfortunately, even though these systems have been formally verified to satisfy the desired system security requirements, they are still vulnerable to attack. In this paper we extend a formal specification of the ES&S voting system by specifying attacks that have been shown to successfully compromise the system. We believe that performing such analysis is important for two reasons: first, it allows us to discover some missing critical requirements for the specification and/or assumptions that were not met Second, it allows us to derive mitigation or counter-measure strategies when the system behaves differently than it should. We used the ASTRAL language for the specification, and the verification is performed using the PVS tool.
This paper describes the implementative aspects, the main challenges and the adopted solutions for an Internet voting system designed by LepidaSpA and dedicated for specific elections a Land Reclamation Authority in Italian Emilia-Romagna region. Besides the description of the voting system, we also present an efficient and simple administration tool for the management of all the election phases, from the setup to the scrutiny, that represents the essence of this paper as our original contribution. Furthermore, we focus the attention on the characteristics of our implementation in terms of security.
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