Date Added: Mar 2011
In this paper, the authors propose a secure e-voting protocol. Their scheme does not require a special voting channel and communication can occur entirely over the current Internet. This method integrates Internet convenience and cryptology. In the existing protocols, either the tallier has to wait for the decryption key from voter till the voting process is over or the verification process has to wait until the election is over. But in the proposed single transaction voting protocol the entire voting process as well as the verification process is done in a single transaction compared to multiple transactions in the existing protocol. The advantage of single transaction is that it consumes less time that results in overall speeding up the voting process.