Chaotic based multimedia encryption: a survey for network and internet security

Obaida M. Al-hazaimeh, Ashraf A. Abu-Ein, Malek M. Al-Nawashi, Nasr Y. Gharaibeh

Abstract


Nowadays the security of multimedia data storage and transfer is becoming a major concern. The traditional encryption methods such as DES, AES, 3-DES, and RSA cannot be utilized for multimedia data encryption since multimedia data include an enormous quantity of redundant data, a very large size, and a high correlation of data elements. Chaos-based approaches have the necessary characteristics for dynamic multimedia data encryption. In the context of dynamical systems, chaos is extremely dependent on the initial conditions, non-convergence, non-periodicity, and exhibits a semblance of randomness. Randomness created from completely deterministic systems is a particularly appealing quality in the field of cryptography and information security. Since its inception in the early '90s, chaotic cryptography has seen a number of noteworthy changes. Throughout these years, several scientific breakthroughs have been made. This paper will give an overview of chaos-based cryptography and its most recent advances.


Keywords


Chaotic maps; Cryptanalysis attacks; Encryption categories; Multimedia data; Security analysis

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v11i4.3520

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