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Eos: Modular verifiable elections
Work in progress – Both API and GUI are sufficiently complete to have seen experimental use
Comparison with competitors
Why create Eos? – Read here for some background.
Cryptographic details and references
Eos aims to be implementation-agnostic with respect to cryptographic details, with the included eos.psr package providing an example implementation.
For details of the implementation, refer to the Eos Voting Technical Report.
Mother of all disclaimers
This is a fun side-project of mine, and should in no way be considered to be a serious attempt to build a production-ready election system suitable for real world deployment. Not even crypto experts are quite up to the task, and I am most certainly not a crypto expert, nor am I anything resembling a professional in any field even tangentially related to cryptographic elections.
I cannot guarantee the security of this implementation whatsoever. In fact, I would go so far as to guarantee that this software has so many holes it gives Swiss cheese a run for its money. That said, please feel free to roast Eos on the issue tracker!