• B. Hyvallika , Dr. Kirupa Ganapathy


Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) are supplanting paper polling forms because of the reality of the
blunders included inside the manual tallying methodology and the enormous term required to check
number of votes. The electronic democratic are the progression for the paper voting forms casting a
ballot framework. They are helpless against altering and constituent fakes. The speculated
vulnerabilities in EVMs are the chances of altering the EVM's memory chip or exchanging it with a
fake one, their straightforwardness, which empowers them to be altered without requiring a great deal
expertise and the probabilities of twofold democratic. This paper attempts to determine the above
difficulties by means of putting away the vote realities in a decentralized system and making sure about
the information the utilization of a security instrument inferred structure the unique mark scanner. The
vote measurements is shared among the entirety of the gadgets inside the network and distributed check
is done to confirm the credibility of the vote insights. This makes the proposed framework progressively
green and solid. Right now, been proposed a calculation, which is basically founded on the guidelines
of the unique mark scanner. A unique mark confirmation machine is additionally presented as a further
layer of security to forestall twofold democratic. The proposed EVM might be sealed, and any attempt
to control the enrolled votes, will be distinguished and the altered realities will get supplanted with the
right insights.

How to Cite
B. Hyvallika , Dr. Kirupa Ganapathy. (2020). DESIGN OF SECURED VOTING SYSTEM USING FINGERPRINT SCANNER. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(6s), 2597-2603. Retrieved from