Compressed Image Encryption For Secure Internet Transfer
Chaitanya Upadhyay , Stuti Vats
AES, Decryption, Encryption, Image Compression, Random Matrix, Key Security
To protect personal data from unwanted parties, encryption is a commonly used cryptographic technology that transforms any readable information into an unreadable form, often known as encrypted form. As a result, both our system and the data are more secure. A finite number of instructions, known as algorithms, and a set of characters for encryption, known as keys, are used to implement this system. This project combines encryption of compressed images using AES and RSA algorithms and image compression method that are present on the device. Image compression is required to send large size images easily through this process without losing the actual picture quality of the image. The fundamental goal is to protect the image’s privacy, confidentiality, and integrity of the data being sent across the channel from the sender's side to the receiver's side. This research paper aims to specify the process of compressing the image and implementing encryption and decryption on the compressed image, which can be transferred via different secure channel through internet.
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Unique Paper ID: 159442

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 11

Page(s): 1168 - 1173
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