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The Remote Voting Minefield: from North Carolina to Switzerland (Bryan Ford's blog post)

2019/02/22: Bryan Ford, cyber-info teacher at EPFL, give his opinion on the Swiss Post e-voting system: "alternative methods of remote voting may be even worse".

This blog post is a reformatted and lightly-edited version of this twitter thread : ...Read more

Auditbericht / Audit Report by OneConsult

2019/06/28 : Security check operational aspects Swiss Post's e-voting system Read more

Le système de vote électronique de La Poste sous le feu des hackeurs

Article about the criticized Swiss Post's bug bounty program for its e-voting systemRead more

Erreur manifeste dans la solution de vote électronique développée par la Poste et Scytl. Quelles conséquences la Chancellerie fédérale en tire-t-elle? (Swiss Parliament Question)

2019/03/13: Balthasar Glättli, member of the Swiss National Council, submitted questions to the Federal Chancellery concerning the safety and the future of e-voting after a trapdoor was found in the system by security researchers 

The Federal Chancellery's answer was...Read more

Trust in E-Voting (Federal Chancellery presentation)

2018/10/30: Presentation by Oliver Spycher at Swiss Cyber Storm on the Swiss Government's Trust in E-Voting Read more

Publication of proof of cryptographic protocol (Swiss Post article)

2018/03/22: Swiss Post article announcing the publication of proof of cryptographic protocol for its e-voting system. The mathematical proof had been verified by ETH Zürich specialists.Read more

Test Public d'Intrusion (Swiss Federal Chancellery)

2019/02/07: Swiss Federal Chancellery official document on the Public Intrusion Test for the Swiss Post e-voting systemRead more

Swiss Post Electronic Voting Solution Source Code Access Agreement

2019/01: Official Swiss Post access agreement, terms of use for their source code in the context of their bug bounty program for their e-voting systemRead more

Public Intrusion Test : Final Report (SCRT)

29/03/2019: final report providing information about the Public Intrusion Test (PIT) of Swiss Post’s e-voting system, as operated by SCRT on behalf of Swiss Federal Chancellery.Read more

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