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SHA 512 Enhanced Secure Hash Decentralized Response System

Author(s) Aditya Arun Kavitake, Santosh Pravin Kale, Aditya Bandu Tayade, Devesh Pravin Mahajan, Yamini Abhijit Warke, Prof. Pankaj D. Khambre
Country India
Abstract Today a very huge lack of confidence about the current EVM/ballot response system like voting has made voting response collection in any democratic country very condemnatory. People have watched their fundamental rights which are being violated. On the other hand the other digital voting systems are also in danger due to a minimal of transparency. Most of the traditional response systems are not clear enough so as to meet today's requirements; this crucial reason makes it very sweaty for the government to come up with voters' trust. The motive behind the downfall of the traditional and current cyber voting system is that it can be easily compromised due to centralized network. The primary objective here is to counter the issues of the traditional digital voting and such response systems, which has any type of mistrust or inequality during the process of accepting responses through response systems like voting. Blockchain technology can be used in such response systems like voting to have a fair response system and reduce wrongdoing. The current physical response systems like voting have many downs in it as well as the digital voting systems are not up to the mark to be implemented on a huge scale. Such all problems raises the need for a solution to secure the democratic rights of the people. This article put-ups a framework based on up-to-date blockchain algorithm technology that provides high clarity and reliability of the system to construct a healthy relationship between response systems and election authorities. The insisted software provides a framework that can be implemented in real world to conduct voting like procedures digitally through blockchain rather than involving any physical polling stations and centralized ledger. Our proposed framework provides an extendible hashing, by using the latest consensus algorithms. The Secure Hash Algorithms applied in the voting system along with Chain Security makes the response systems more secure. Distributed ledger contracts also provide a protected connection between the user and the consensus network while running a transaction in the chain. The security of the blockchain based response system has also been discussed. In Addition to this, encryption of responses using cryptographic hash functions and prevention of exploitation attacks about 51% on the blockchain has also been elaborated. Also, the procedure for carrying out blockchain transactions during the process of response collection has been elaborated using Blockchain. Finally, the throughput performance evaluation of the proposed system shows that such a system can be deployed in a large-scale real time population.
Keywords Blockchain, Smart Contracts, Cryptography, Elliptic Curve Cryptography, Decentralization, Hyperledger, Tokenization, Immutable Ledger, Proof of Work (PoW), Proof of Stake (PoS), Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS), Transparent Wallets, Zero-Knowledge Proofs, Multi-Signature, Wall Security, Token Privacy-Preserving Technologies, Post-election Verification, Chain Interoperability Third-Party Auditors
Field Computer Applications
Published In Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024
Published On 2024-03-13
Cite This SHA 512 Enhanced Secure Hash Decentralized Response System - Aditya Arun Kavitake, Santosh Pravin Kale, Aditya Bandu Tayade, Devesh Pravin Mahajan, Yamini Abhijit Warke, Prof. Pankaj D. Khambre - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.14781
DOI https://doi.org/10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.14781
Short DOI https://doi.org/gtmzt3

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