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An Efficient Interactive media Encryption using Hybrid Cryptographic Approaches

Dr S Selvi, Dr M Gobi


Data Security these days is turning into an essential worry for any correspondence procedure particularly when it is having classified data and needs to go through an uncertain medium of correspondence. There are numerous methods to shield the information from unapproved get to. Techniques like Symmetric Encryption makes utilization of a mystery key which is utilized by the sender and the beneficiary for scrambling and unscrambling the substance separately. Strategies, for example, lopsided encryption makes utilization of two distinctive keys to do a similar undertaking. The previous technique is quicker when contrasted with the last mentioned however needs as far as security. The last technique makes utilization of an open key framework to make the encryption procedure open however decoding private henceforth expanding the general intricacy. The best known symmetric figure AES [11] makes utilization of 256 piece keys to do the encryption. Exceptionally notable awry strategy RSA [12] makes utilization of 1024 piece keys to do a similar occupation, in this manner expanding the time and space intricacy at the cost of expanded security. Another awry partner ECC [13] makes utilization of a totally unique approach by changing over the characters into relative purposes of an elliptic bend. It makes utilization of 160 piece keys and delivers a similar outcome at a greatly improved pace when contrasted with RSA. In this paper a novel proficient model of Hybrid Encryption including AES and ECC is advanced which scrambles any interactive media information i.e. content, picture, sound, video, and so on. The benefits of both AES and ECC are used to make an all the more intense half and half figure to cross over any barrier of speed and security. With the assistance of lesser estimated keys the time figure required to do the encryption is diminished. The outcomes gotten after execution mirrored a 100 % precision and a colossal speed increase over the current symmetric and hilter kilter innovations. The execution is completed in the Java condition by making separate keys and using them to do the encryption.


ECC, Hybrid Encryption, Steganography Multimedia Encryption, Cryptography, Symmetric Encryption, Asymmetric Encryption.

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