Its KOVO Confirms Additional Voting Fraud in All-Star Game

The Korea Volleyball Federation (KOVO) confirmed additional cases of voting fraud in the All-Star fan vote and took action.

fraud to create a healthy and fair fan voting culture as we have additionally confirmed voting fraud in the Dodram 2023-2024 V-League All-Star fan vote

which was held for 7 days from the 5th to the 11th. ” He said.

The federation said, “Through monitoring during the voting period, we confirmed signs of voting fraud

such as abnormal member registrations at certain times and abnormal trends in the number of votes, and even after the voting ended

through careful data analysis, a total of 5,941 votes were cast out of the total number of 58,117 votes.

It was announced that “the number of fraudulent votes was discovered.”

The most common type of fraudulent voting was when children under the age of 14 registered as members and voted by taking advantage of the fact that they can register for unlimited accounts with one contact number, with a total of 5,395 cases.

As a result of a detailed analysis of the case, 2,244 accounts were created with 78 contacts and a total of 5,395 fraudulent votes were cast. 지울프-토토

The user who created the most fraudulent accounts created 1,517 accounts with one contact and cast a total of 1,966 fraudulent votes. did.

When analyzing detailed log records, it was confirmed that this entire process took place in about 1 minute using a macro program.

Second, an additional 336 cases of duplicate voting with one account were identified by accessing through abnormal routes such as abnormal access using Chrome developer tools and page bypass by disabling JavaScript.

Lastly, due to voter refresh and network environment changes, etc. An additional 210 cases of incomplete data inflow during voting were identified.

Accordingly, the previous total number of votes was announced as 58,117

but due to the deduction of fraudulent votes, the final total number of votes was 52,176, and the previously announced number of votes for each player also had some deductions

but the final selection ranking was the same as before.< /span> In addition, “Users who vote illegally during this All-Star fan voting period may lose their membership in accordance with Article 7 (Loss of Membership and Regulation of Illegal Activities) and Article 25 (Member’s Obligations) of the KOVO Integrated Website Terms of Use.

“The federation plans to make every effort to prevent voting fraud that may occur in the future,” he added.

The federation said, “As the fairness of All-Star fan voting has been undermined by the numerous fraudulent votes mentioned above

the federation plans to install additional firewalls to block access through abnormal routes, and limit the number of guardian-verified account registrations when children under the age of 14 sign up for membership.

He said, “We have made improvements to the system.”

Meanwhile, a total of 28 players, 7 for each male and female K-Star and V-Star team

were selected by fans through an online vote conducted on the official website for 7 days.

In order to select balanced players, a total of 12 players were added through expert committee recommendations, resulting in a total of 40 All-Stars.

The honor of receiving the most votes went to Kim Yeon-kyung (Heungkuk Life Insurance) of V-Star in the women’s division

becoming the third person to receive the most votes in the men’s and women’s divisions following the 2020-2021 and 2022-2023 All-Star fan votes.

In the men’s division, K-Star’s Shin Young-seok (Korea Electric Power Corporation)

was named as the person with the most fan votes in the men’s division for four consecutive seasons from the 2020-2021 season to this season.

Women’s K-star Yang Hyo-jin (Hyundai Engineering & Construction) and men’s K-star Han Soo-jin (Korean Air) are entering their 15th and 13th All-Star Games

respectively, and are tied for first place in the men’s and women’s history with the most All-Star selections

tied with Kim Hae-ran for the women’s team and Yeo Oh-hyun for the men’s team. were done side by side.

Bayarsaihan (OK Financial Group), Ryohei (Korea Electric Power Corporation), Ponpoon (IBK Industrial Bank of Korea), and Mega (Cheong Kwan-Jang)

were selected for the first time in the V-League All-Star Game, which was their first time as Asia Quarter players, and got to interact with fans.

Domestic players include Kim Jun-woo (Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance), winner of the men’s rookie player award last season, and Han Tae-jun (Woori Card)

who has become a starter this season and is leading his team, and in the women’s division

Pyo Seung-ju (IBK), who is participating in the All-Star Game for the first time since his debut.

New faces such as Industrial Bank of Korea) and rookie Kim Se-bin (Korea Expressway Corporation) are expected to perform well in the All-Star Game.

In addition, through recommendations from expert committee members

Myeong-woo Kwak (OK Financial Group), Han-yong Jeong (Korean Air),

Yosvani (Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance), and Matei (Woori Card) from the men’s division and Silva (GS Caltex) and Ji-won Kim (GS Caltex)

from the women’s division will participate in the All-Star Game. I was selected for the first time and met the fans.

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