Chaos-Based Image Encryption Using an AONT

Digital Information Research Centre

This project aims at providing more efficient and secure encryption algorithms for digital imaging. In particular, new modes of operation based on all-or-nothing transforms (AONTs) will be devised to strengthen symmetric block-ciphers against ciphertext attacks.

Dr Eckhard Pfluegel's paper entitled "Chaos-Based Image Encryption Using an AONT" was selected as one of the best paper awards for the International Conference on Cyber Security and Protection of Digital Services (Cyber Security 2015). This paper is the outcome of a successful collaboration between the Networks and Mathematics department of the new School of Computer Science and Mathematics

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