Abstract: Electronic voting can play a really vital role in the democracy of the life. In this study, researchers propose an electronic voting protocol. The scheme does not require a special voting channel and communication can occur entirely over the current Internet. This method integrates the Internet convenience and cryptology. This research analyzes the various existing protocols such as Simple protocol, Two Agency protocol, Blind Signature protocol and Sensus protocol. In the existing protocol the Tallier has to wait until the decryption key is received from the voter. So, it will consume lot of time. Instead of getting the decryption key value from the voter, the Tallier maintains the key information securely in the database. So, comparatively the proposed protocol consumes less time. This research also analyzes the various security issues involved in an electronic voting like security, privacy, authentication, anonymous, uniqueness, accuracy, fairness, efficiency and uncoercibility.
V. Kalaichelvi and R.M. Chandrasekaran, 2012. Design and Analysis of Secured Electronic Voting Protocol. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 11: 50-55.