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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

Cryptography is one of the major concerned areas of computer networks and data security. The art of cryptography is to convert a plain message into a human unreadable format by encoding message using some cryptographic algorithms. In today’s world, security is one of the most significant and fundamental issues of data transmission, researchers are working on the evolvement of new cryptographic algorithms. Cryptography is the process of providing security of data transmission via public network by encrypting the original data or message. Data security is concerned with the areas of data transmission. An efficient direction of providing data security can be termed as DNA based Cryptography. The encryption and decryption process proposed in this paper will use the DNA sequencing property of the DNA. We have proposed here how the DNA sequencing can be utilized in cryptographic algorithms and how the message can be made more secure and reliable for transmitting effectively via networks. The algorithm we have proposed here is a new algorithm which has two rounds of encryption. Moreover paper contains a new method of key generation and sharing for better security aspects. The encryption scheme is designed by using the mechanism of DNA sequencing.

Keywords :

:DNA Sequencing; Encryption; Decryption and Secret key.

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