BallotBox is a web application developed by I&IT Web Development. It was originally intended to administer online elections for the Academic Senate, but it is flexible enough to administer other elections, too. The web application itself is written in Microsoft ASP.Net, and the database is in Oracle.
No one can impersonate you and vote in your place unless they steal your password. BallotBox is as secure in this regard as your email or BroncoDirect.
...just like banks do, or BroncoDirect. No one can intercept or change your vote as it crosses the network.
Election information is as safeguarded as the information on BroncoDirect.
Even if someone were to compromise the database and change votes, the break-in would be detected and in most cases the original votes could be restored. (Just as burning a box of paper ballots destroys the votes, there are circumstances in which the electronic votes in BallotBox could be destroyed.)
When you vote in a civil election, your name is checked off a list of registered voters, to make sure you are eligible to vote and that you only vote once. BallotBox works the same way: When you vote, your identification is encrypted by a method in which it can't be decrypted and used only to verify whether you have voted before. There is no way that anyone, even the administrators of the system, can find out who you voted for.
For more information about BallotBox, please contact us.