Modified RSA Public Key Cryptosystem Using Short Range Natural Number Algorithm
In asymmetric key cryptography, also called Public Key cryptography, two different keys (which forms a key pair) are used. One key is used for encryption & only the other corresponding key must be used for decryption. No other key can decrypt the message - not even the original (i.e. the first) key used for encryption. The beauty of this scheme is that every communicating party needs just a key pair for communicating with any number of other communicating parties. Once some one obtains a key pair, he /she can communicate with any one else. The Short Range Natural Number (SRNN) algorithm is similar to RSA algorithm with some modification. This modification increases the security of the cryptosystem.
Provided by: International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering (IJARCSSE) Topic: Security Date Added: Aug 2012 Format: PDF