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JCR. 2020; 7(9): 1138-1143


COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF CHAOS BASED IMAGE ENCRYPTION TECHNIQUES

Jai Ganesh Sekar, C. Arun.

Abstract
In the current scenario, the exchange of information over open network and internet have grown rapidly. Digital images constitute a major role in the multimedia communication. Hence their security becomes a major concern. The well-known solution for securing the data (in any form) is encryption. The traditional encryption techniques such as AES, DES, RSA, etc., exhibits a low level of security and significantly low level of resistance to the attacks. This problem can be overcome by chaotic image encryption techniques as they have a high level of randomness in key generation. This paper attempts to study various chaos-based image encryption algorithms and techniques and to compare their performance in various environments.

Key words: Chaos, Chaotic Maps, Cryptography, Encryption Techniques, Image Encryption, Secure Communication, Security



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