Chaos based video encryption using maps and Ikeda time delay system
TIFAC CORE, VIT University, Vellore, India
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Accepted: 3 December 2017
Published online: 27 December 2017
Chaos based cryptosystems are an efficient method to deal with improved speed and highly secured multimedia encryption because of its elegant features, such as randomness, mixing, ergodicity, sensitivity to initial conditions and control parameters. In this paper, two chaos based cryptosystems are proposed: one is the higher-dimensional 12D chaotic map and the other is based on the Ikeda delay differential equation (DDE) suitable for designing a real-time secure symmetric video encryption scheme. These encryption schemes employ a substitution box (S-box) to diffuse the relationship between pixels of plain video and cipher video along with the diffusion of current input pixel with the previous cipher pixel, called cipher block chaining (CBC). The proposed method enhances the robustness against statistical, differential and chosen/known plain text attacks. Detailed analysis is carried out in this paper to demonstrate the security and uniqueness of the proposed scheme.
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