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Developing a cryptographic algorithm based on ASCII conversions and a cyclic mathematical function
Md.P. Uddin, , N.B. Sadia, Md.R. Islam
Published in IEEE Computer Society
Encryption and decryption of data in an efficient manner is one of the challenging aspects of modern computer science. This paper introduces a new algorithm for Cryptography to achieve a higher level of security. In this algorithm it becomes possible to hide the meaning of a message in unprintable characters. The main issue of this paper is to make the encrypted message undoubtedly unprintable using several times of ASCII conversions and a cyclic mathematical function. Dividing the original message into packets binary matrices are formed for each packet to produce the unprintable encrypted message through making the ASCII value for each character below 32. Similarly, several ASCII conversions and the inverse cyclic mathematical function are used to decrypt the unprintable encrypted message. The final encrypted message received from three times of encryption becomes an unprintable text through which the algorithm possesses higher level of security without increasing the size of data or loosing of any data. © 2014 IEEE.
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JournalData powered by Typeset2014 International Conference on Informatics, Electronics and Vision, ICIEV 2014
PublisherData powered by TypesetIEEE Computer Society