|Election Day||Counting||N/A||Destruction/modification of ballots
Valid voted ballots are destroyed, invalidated or just not counted during tally.
|Election Day||Counting||N/A||Voter is unable to verify if his vote was counted:
A process to verify that the vote has been counted does not exist, no printed vote receipt exists, or it cannot can be veiwed.
|Election Day||Counting||N/A||Counting takes too much time:
The counting process is affected by inopportunes that were not taken into account which affects the rapidity of the counting of the ballots.
Whether intentionally or because of error, voted ballots are not counted properly. Electoral results don’t reflect the will of voters.
|Election Day||Counting||N/A||Loss of the printed votes (vote support):
Printed votes used for audit count in some electronic voting machines might get lost.
|Election Day||Counting||N/A||Malfunction of systems or services in the post-voting stage:
A malfunction irrecoverably destroys votes, disrupts the counting process or leads to errors in the counting process which affects the result. A malfunction disrupts the ability to generate an election or referendum report or irrecoverably destroys the report.
|Election Day||Counting||N/A||Denial-of-service against the counting process:
An attacker disrupts the counting process or its services, thus the availability of the counting result is not ensured.