An Efficient Modified Advanced Encryption Standard (MAES) Adapted for Image Cryptosystems

“ IJCSNS International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security 02/2010; 10.
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    ABSTRACT: This paper presents a new method for image encryption by integrated pixel scrambling plus diffusion technique [IISPD]. The algorithm makes use of full chaotic property of logistic map and reduces time complexity. The algorithm calculates the permuting address for row by bit xor’ing the adjacent pixel values of original image. Similarly, the algorithm calculates the permuting address for column by bit xor’ing the adjacent pixel values of original image. Therefore, the new technique does not require the knowledge of probability density function of the chaotic orbits a priory, thus it reduces the complexity of the proposed technique. The diffusion is performed after scrambling and is based on two chaotic maps. Therefore, the key space and security of the algorithm is increased. The security analysis and its experimental analysis show that the proposed technique is highly sensitive to initial conditions. It also has higher key space, and higher degree of scrambling.
    Procedia Computer Science 01/2011; 3:378-387.
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    ABSTRACT: Recently, compressive sensing-based encryption methods which combine sampling, compression and encryption together have been proposed. However, since the quantized measurement data obtained from linear dimension reduction projection directly serve as the encrypted image, the existing compressive sensing-based encryption methods fail to resist against the chosen-plaintext attack. To enhance the security, a block cipher structure consisting of scrambling, mixing, S-box and chaotic lattice XOR is designed to further encrypt the quantized measurement data. In particular, the proposed method works efficiently in the parallel computing environment. Moreover, a communication unit exchanges data among the multiple processors without collision. This collision-free property is equivalent to optimal diffusion. The experimental results demonstrate that the proposed encryption method not only achieves the remarkable confusion, diffusion and sensitivity but also outperforms the existing parallel image encryption methods with respect to the compressibility and the encryption speed.
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