In 2020 Brazil completes 8460 days, or 24 years without electoral transparency.
Findings by renowned experts in electronic voting

Findings by renowned experts in electronic voting

Jeroen Van de Graaf
Jeroen Van de GraafMaster in mathematics (Netherlands), doctor of informatics (Canada). He has followed the electoral system in Brazil since 2002 and is the author of the book O MITO DA URNA, a specialist in cryptography and voting systems and protocols. Professor of Computer Science at UFMG and Coordinator of INSCRYPT, the Laboratory for Information Security, Cryptography, Privacy, and Transparency.
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"To have credibility, the elections must be completely transparent. The problem is that, in Brazil, to believe in the election results, it is necessary to have blind faith in the electoral authorities. No independent confirmation of the election results is possible, as it is not possible to retell the votes. And this is how the system was built: it is a black box, the internal workings of which are known only to a small group of TSE technicians. " From the Book THE MYTH OF THE URN download here.
Diego Aranha
Diego AranhaDoctor in Security and Computational Cryptography, his team participated in several public tests of the TSE and successively identified primary vulnerabilities in the polls, being successful in all attacks.
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“The Brazilian ballot box does not meet the requirements of either security or transparency. Elections will always be vulnerable to an eventual internal attack by the TSE, which has privileged access to the electoral system. Our democracy is under the absolute control of 70 people in the TSE. There is also no country in the world that has migrated to electronic voting that does not use the physical voting register as a mechanism for transparency. The physical record is non-negotiable. It is a basic instrument of transparency. ” Professor Diego Aranha in interview with IstoÉ and Unicamp reveals security flaws in the polls.
Felipe Gimenez
Felipe GimenezLawyer, MS prosecutor. A specialist in electoral law, he became known for the debates in Congress defending electoral transparency and public counting of votes.
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"Without public counting and the right to physical recount of votes, there is no universal suffrage, since the citizen does not participate in the verification of the count and the candidate is prevented from auditing the result. Suffrage is not only the vote but the entire election process. electoral service does not prove the correct destination of the vote and the electronic ballot is inaudible. " See details on here.
Amilcar Brunazo
Amilcar BrunazoEngineer, member of CMIND, specialist in data security and electronic voting. Participated in the only independent electoral audit in Brazil. Since 1998, he actively develops debates around the insecurity in elections, including advising congressmen on the topic.
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“In the past, there was the advantage of detecting and extinguishing forms of fraud. They were retail and visible frauds, which could be reported and reversed. After the TSE extinguished the material registration of the vote, frauds did not cease to exist, they just ceased to be fought. They became even more insidious, because they became possible wholesale and invisible. Without verification by civil society, only Brazil. " Amilcar Brunazzo during a lecture at Science and Tec Commission. of the Senate, and in the Chamber, watch video.
Mario Gazziro
Mario GazziroProfessor, Master in Computer Science at UFSCar and Doctor in Computational Physics at USP, organizer of the National Forum on Security in Electronic Ballot Boxes. He developed a sophisticated 3rd generation electronics at UFABC.
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“All Brazilian electronic voting machines are protected by the same cryptographic code. If a fraudster accesses the secrecy of an urn, you will have in hand the code that opens access to the all the polls from the country. Anyone who has physical access to a Brazilian urn can tamper with it. For this reason, experts have warned that it is not enough to keep the ballot box disconnected from the internet to prevent an attack and recommend the Printed Vote, as a measure of security, auditability and transparency. ” Professor Mario Gazziro in lecture on electronic voting machines
Walter Del Picchia (In memoriam)
Walter Del Picchia (In memoriam) Full professor at the Polytechnic School of USP and six other signatory professors of the Department of Computer Science Unicamp, USP, UNB, UFF, Leprince-Ringuet Informatics Laboratory, École Polytechnique, France.
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“The Brazilian ballot box is a true black box to challenge our faith, this system is inaudible, unreliable and susceptible to computerized fraud that is difficult to detect. For the voter, the ballot box is 100% unsafe, as it can be programmed to "elect" from councilors to the president himself. System without inspection and without physical checking, it is an insecure system. Enough obscurantism in the electoral system. " Excerpt from a Manifesto signed by several Computer Scientists, read in full at the CCJ of the Chamber of Deputies.
About Electoral Transparency

Our space aims to express opinions and scientific studies of specialists in electronic voting, in addition to the vision of personalities from the legal world, journalists and parliamentarians, engaged in recovering Brazilian electoral transparency.

Everyone understands that the security of the vote was lost more than 20 years ago, since citizenship was removed from the conference of the vote and inspection of the counting, to be replaced by strange hands that control the bytes - protected by invisibility.

For this reason, in times of attacks on FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION under the nebulous pretext of hunting Fake News - when facts are distorted or public opinion criminalized -, we must highlight our exclusive commitment to truth, through reliable facts and reliable sources. And an indisputable fact is: “Elections are the only event on the planet, where there can be no doubts and insecurity, only certainties and confidence”.

Unfortunately, with the voter being held hostage by obscure 1st generation electronic ballot boxes, which infringe Principle Constitutional of Advertising and prevent independent audits, is not what we have seen in Brazil for a long time. It is not by chance that mistrust is widespread, as solid and unquestionable research shows:  92% of Brazilians do not trust electronic voting machines and most don't trust the  counting of votes.

As our focus is on transparency and electoral security, the mission is to see the country realign its voting process with the democracies of the world, which give control to the legitimate protagonists (voters / parties) and full confidence in the UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE - democratic principle famous, but that also has important stages suppressed to the Brazilians. 

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Ciro Gomes (PDT) in 2002, already pointed out the benefits of the printed vote and denounced the insecurity of the polls. We are a family owned and operated business.

Bolsonaro (PSL) and Rodrigo Maia (DEM) in 2015, celebrated the overthrow of the presidential veto to the Printed Vote.

Sen. Capeberibe (PSB) in 2018 defending the Printed Vote, denounces conspiracy against Democracy.

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