If you want to play with the application, you may want to take a look at these example polls:

How to create Anonymous Polls

Quick Start

Screencasts, showing the main features can be found here. They are showing the main 3 tasks you have to do to make anonymous polls:
  1. Register a new user
  2. Create and configure a poll
  3. Vote and show the result


In order to make an anonymous poll follow these steps:
  1. Make sure to have JavaScript enabled (the cryptographic functions need it).
  2. Register a new user (at the login tab) and tell everybody who should participate to register.
  3. Create a new poll, after everybody registered.
  4. Configure the poll and invite the desired participants.
  5. Vote.
  6. The result is visible after everybody voted.
If somebody tries to cheat, the poll would look like this example: Cheater

Details of the Protocol

  • Dudle: Mehrseitig sichere Web 2.0-Terminabstimmung, PhD thesis, Technische Universität Dresden, 2011 [pdf, slides, BibTeX]
  • Privacy-Enhanced Web-Based Event Scheduling with Majority Agreement, accepted for 26th IFIP International Information Security Conference (IFIP SEC), Lucerne, Switzerland, June 7.–9., 2010. [pdf, slides, BibTeX]
  • Datenschutzfreundliche Terminplanung, B. Kellermann, in Proc. of 26th Chaos Communication Congress, Berlin, Germany, 27.–30. December 2009. [pdf, slides, BibTeX]
  • Privacy-Enhanced Event Scheduling, B. Kellermann and R. Böhme, in IEEE International Conference on Information Privacy, Security, Risk and Trust (PASSAT 2009), Vancouver, Canada, 29.–31. August 2009. [pdf, slides, BibTeX]