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Secure Data Transmission using Encrypted Secret Message
International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technologies (2013)
  • Jaishree Singh
  • Dr. J.S. Sodhi
Abstract
In any communication, security is the most important issue in today’s world. In Steganography we have various techniques in different domains like spatial domain, frequency domain etc. to hide the message. It is very difficult to detect hidden message in frequency domain and for this domain we use various transformations like DCT, FFT and Wavelets etc. In this project we are developing a system in which two techniques, steganography and cryptography are combined, which provides a strong backbone for its security. The scenario of present day of information security system includes confidentiality, authenticity, integrity, non-repudiation. This present work focus is enlightening the technique to secure data or message with authenticity and integrity. In this project work, the secret message is encrypted before the actual embedding process starts. The hidden message is encrypted using Tiny algorithm using secret key and DCT technique is used for embedding and extraction file.
Keywords
  • Steganography,
  • Cryptography,
  • Encryption,
  • Data hiding
Publication Date
April, 2013
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Jaishree Singh and J.S. Sodhi. "Secure Data Transmission using Encrypted Secret Message" International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technologies (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/sakshi-sharma/8/
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