'Low' risk that Swiss online voting bug could have been exploited, says the system's developer

John Leonard
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Bug bounty did its job, says David Galindo

David Galindo was one of the senior developers of the ‘zero-knowledge' protocols used to secure the Swiss online voting system already used in several Cantons as well as in Australia. Zero-knowledg...

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