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The purpose of this study is to provide a LAN Based Voting System, Web Base Voting System and an Android mobile Voting Application for Immaculate Conception International (ICI). ICI has so far been using a paper voting system, which is the classic, and dragging way and made it difficult for students to give their full participation. the computer voting system, web base voting system and android application will help improve these difficulties by providing automated systems through any web browser , computer and through mobile application by means of that the students can vote on a particular subject and view the current poll updates. The administrator can edit the updates from the database. The system will provide up to date results of the poll while providing a simple Interface for both administrator and users. It will provide an easier system for ICI than the traditional ballot and it will introduce the proponents and the students to a new way of innovation. Microsoft Visual Basic.NET, PHP and android programming and scripting language will be used to produce these system and application.

University researchers criticize electronic voting machines as security risk By Ellen Messmer, NetworkWorld.com 
July 25, 2003 08:47
Computer-science researchers from Johns Hopkins University and Rice University are heaping criticism on electronic voting machines built by Diebold Election Systems, based on software code for the machine said to have been posted publicly to the Internet by an activist. Avi Rubin, technical director of the Information Security Institute at John Hopkins, along with computer science doctoral students Adam Stubblefield and Toshi Kohno, say their research of the code from the Internet shows a voter could find it very easy to trick the Diebold Election Systems into accepting more than one ballot per voter. Another researcher, Dan Wallach, assistant professor of computer science at Rice University, echoed the findings, which...