S.M.K. Ramakrishnan, S. Keerthana, V. Naveen, M. Nizamudeen


Electronic polling systems promise benefits to voters like accessibility and convenience that modify them to solid their votes at any time, from any Internet-connected electronic computer anyplace within the world. However, not like ancient paper-based selection systems, associate e-polling system introduces many security risks like privacy of vote, unlikability of a citizen, citizen coercion, secrecy of partial election results, verifiability, and poll integrity. The legitimacy of a citizen is another security concern, i.e., a citizen should be identified through associate authentication mechanism that forestalls selection of unauthorized voters or vote from approved voters. Another security concern is that the manipulation of votes by associate infected (e.g., virus, malware, so on) selection device. A malware-hosted device may build unauthorized build to the voter’s selection selections.Many e-voting systems have been proposed however ,to date, all these schemes either fail to supply all the desired security properties or aren't much possible on light-weight computing devices. during this paper, we tend to gift a secure and verifiable polling system, Online Voting System using AES Algorithm, that employs well-known science primitives to supply vote and voter’s privacy,and pollintegrity, confirms the identity of voters through a multifactor authentication theme, permits vote inside the allowed polling amount, prevents double selection, and achieves verifiability and uncoercibility within the presence of untrusted selection device.


Authentication, efficiency, electronic polling, malware, security, verifiability.


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