[E-voting] Win32 developers?
rory at netsoc.ucd.ie
Sat Mar 6 16:55:27 GMT 2004
On Sat, 6 Mar 2004, Colm MacCarthaigh wrote:
> There would then be implementation A, which at the end of the voting
> process gives you the right result, and application B which gives you
> the inverse result (records the no's as yes's and so on). Ideally this
> change in behaviour should happen by the shortest and most obscure
> methods possible in whatever language (ie leaving out an equals in a ==
> comparison, or using a variable swap with bit operatoin) - ideally one
> or two lines.
Or instead of a simple inversion of the result, have some random bit
flipping, or incorrectly records a certain fraction of the votes. It's a
good idea (but I wouldn't be able to do it).
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