# Classical and Physical Security of Symmetric Key Cryptographic Algorithms

Author(s):
Anubhab Baksi
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2021 ◽
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Anubhab Baksi
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Author(s):
Anubhab Baksi
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2019 ◽
Vol 3 (1) ◽
Author(s):
Kaldius Ndruru ◽
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Security of data stored on computers is now an absolute requirement, because every data has a high enough value for the user, reader and owner of the data itself. To prevent misuse of the data by other parties, data security is needed. Data security is the protection of data in a system against unauthorized authorization, modification, or destruction. The science that explains the ways of securing data is known as cryptography, while the steps in cryptography are called critical algorithms. At this time, there are many cryptographic algorithms whose keys are weak especially the symmetric key algorithm because they only have one key, the key for encryption is the same as the decryption key so it needs to be modified so that the cryptanalysts are confused in accessing important data. The cryptographic method of Word Auto Key Encryption (WAKE) is one method that has been used to secure data where in this case the writer wants to maximize the encryption key and description of the WAKE algorithm that has been processed through key formation. One way is to apply the algebraic pascal triangle method to maximize the encryption key and description of the WAKE algorithm, utilizing the numbers contained in the columns and rows of the pascal triangle to make shifts on the encryption key and the description of the WAKE algorithm.Keywords: Cryptography, WAKE, pascal

2012 ◽
Vol 25 ◽
pp. 552-559 ◽
Author(s):
Lingling Si ◽
Zhigang Ji ◽
Zhihui Wang
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Sabitha S ◽
Binitha V Nair
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Cryptography is an essential and effective method for securing information’s and data. Several symmetric and asymmetric key cryptographic algorithms are used for securing the data. Symmetric key cryptography uses the same key for both encryption and decryption. Asymmetric Key Cryptography also known as public key cryptography uses two different keys – a public key and a private key. The public key is used for encryption and the private key is used for decryption. In this paper, certain asymmetric key algorithms such as RSA, Rabin, Diffie-Hellman, ElGamal and Elliptical curve cryptosystem, their security aspects and the processes involved in design and implementation of these algorithms are examined.

2020 ◽
Vol 9 (6) ◽
pp. 957 ◽
Author(s):
Juhyun Park ◽
Yongsu Park
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Software uses cryptography to provide confidentiality in communication and to provide authentication. Additionally, cryptographic algorithms can be used to protect software against cracking core algorithms in software implementation. Recently, malware and ransomware have begun to use encryption to protect their codes from analysis. As for the detection of cryptographic algorithms, previous works have had demerits in analyzing anti-reverse engineered binaries that can detect differences in analysis environments and normal execution. Here, we present a new symmetric-key cryptographic routine detection scheme using hardware tracing. In our experiments, patterns were successfully generated and detected for nine symmetric-key cryptographic algorithms. Additionally, the experimental results show that the false positive rate of our scheme is extremely low and the prototype implementation successfully bypasses anti-reversing techniques. Our work can be used to detect symmetric-key cryptographic routines in malware/ransomware with anti-reversing techniques.

2012 ◽
Vol 25 ◽
pp. 2325
Author(s):
Lingling Si ◽
Zhigang Ji ◽
Zhihui Wang
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2016 ◽
Vol 11 (3) ◽
pp. 1894
Author(s):
A. Emily Jenifer ◽
S. Karthigaiveni
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2017 ◽
Author(s):
Andysah Putera Utama Siahaan
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This study combines classic and modern cryptographic algorithms so that the data security of information more awake authenticity. Caesar cipher is the oldest classical cryptography which uses a symmetric key method is the key used for encryption is the same as the key used for the decryption process. Three-Pass Protocol is one of the modern cryptography where the process of sending a message does not need to distribute the key so that each party both the recipient and sender of the message does not need to know each lock. In this combination of receiving and sending messages using the Caesar Cipher algorithm for encryption and decryption, while for its delivery process using algorithms Three Pass protocol. The results from the combination of the two algorithms are to help the information sent is secure.

Author(s):
Abdul Raoof Wani ◽
Q. P. Rana ◽
Nitin Pandey
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