Cryptographic flaws in an electronic voting system proposed for use in Switzerland would allow “undetectable vote manipulation”, security researchers concluded today. Sarah Jamie Lewis, Olivier Pereira and Vanessa Teague found that the proposed Swiss e-voting system (built by Barcelona-headquarted Scytl) was open to manipulation owing to weaknesses in how encrypted electronic votes are “shuffled” to protect voter privacy.

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