A Novel Digital Voting System with Integrated Technologies (DVSIT)Author : T. M. N. Vamsi, S. Sri Charan Dutta, K. Harika, V. Kiran and V. Abhiram
Volume 8 No.2 April-June 2019 pp 19-24
Over the years, technology has been growing fast. With growing technology there are many modern problems being created. With innovation many novel approaches are being proposed to find a better solution. Coming to the present days, the “Electronic Voting Machines (“EVM”)” based voting system is prone to much vulnerability. There were several issues regarding tampering and security of EVMs which have not been proved. With the upcoming elections the biggest challenge is to conduct a fraud-free polling. Due to vulnerabilities in current voting system the security of a vote is being compromised by many malpractices such as duplicate voters, dummy candidates, booth capturing, EVM rigging, etc. Introducing Blockchain Technology into digital voting process can minimize most of the frauds as it’s almost impossible to breach the security level of Blockchain. The proposed system assures authenticity of a voter by providing Dual Authentication process.
EVM, Security, Fraud-Free Polling, Malpractices, Blockchain, Authenticity, Dual Authentication Process
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