A Secured Data Transmission using Genetic Based Encryption Techniques Over Wireless Networks

Provided by: International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Engineering & Technology
Topic: Security
Format: PDF
The speedy development in wireless networks entails the defending data while transmitting in the network. To employ cryptographic algorithm is difficult view in wireless networks. Biometric features such as face, voice, fingerprint, iris, and retina can be possible options to produce a cryptographic key over a predictable cryptography and improve the security. In this paper, cryptographic key production using cancelable iris to grant security, authentication code is discussed. This proposed technique has three benefits in excess of previous method. First, authentication code is produced to grant authentication and rectitude. Second, to grant security records is encrypted using two fish encryption key produced from the iris biometric of the receiver. Third, randomization is offers using genetic operator to save from a variety of attacks.

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