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01.08.2016 | Ausgabe 7-8/2016

Annals of Telecommunications 7-8/2016

Receipt-free remote electronic elections with everlasting privacy

Autoren:
Philipp Locher, Rolf Haenni

Abstract

We present a new cryptographic voting protocol for remote electronic voting that offers three of the most challenging features of such protocols: verifiability, everlasting privacy, and receipt-freeness. Trusted authorities and computational assumptions are only needed during vote casting and tallying to prevent the creation of invalid ballots and to achieve receipt-freeness and fairness, but not to guarantee vote privacy. The implementation of everlasting privacy is based on perfectly hiding commitments and non-interactive zero-knowledge proofs, whereas receipt-freeness is realized with mix networks and homomorphic tallying.

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