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Cryptographic Algorithms analyzing of Different Combination with Secret and Public Key using Text and Audio Files using LabView

Author(s):

Divya Kshetri , Central College of Engineering, Raipur; Vaibhav Chandrakar, central college of Engineering

Keywords:

RT Text and Audio File, AES Algorithms and Advance Signal Processing Tools

Abstract

This proposed paper focuses on implementing a secure technique that enables to select one of the several text and voice signal show in waveform displayed simultaneously with a unique security key for each text with length using AES algorithm toolbox of LabVIEW and voice sound generating waveform data base. This process involves applying block based logic using of input device and output device, followed by integrating the text, key length and key(hex).AES based algorithm to generated to cipher text block (hex) to convert input text message to encrypted output message .AES based technique and encrypting the text and voice sound with Advanced Encryption Algorithm. With the hex key string specifically generated for the text and voice sound data, the original text is decrypted from multiple cipher text blocks(hex). This method is useful when access permissions need to be restricted to certain viewers and security application and fast technique for cryptography for text and sound signal of a real-time. Voice sound convert and generated to waveform using wavelet transformation frequency domain. LabView and IMAQ vision software package has been utilized to achieve the proposed method of real-time take text input and voice sound signal input for encryption. The use of LabView and AES toolbox present a complete set of text and voice signal processing and acquisition function that improve the efficiency of the project and reduce the programming effort of the user obtaining a better result in shorter time.

Other Details

Paper ID: IJSRDV7I60063
Published in: Volume : 7, Issue : 6
Publication Date: 01/09/2019
Page(s): 135-141

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