Efficient Text Encryption and Hiding with Double-Random Phase-Encoding
AbstractIn this paper, a double-random phase-encoding technique-based text encryption and hiding method is proposed. First, the secret text is transformed into a 2-dimensional array and the higher bits of the elements in the transformed array are used to store the bit stream of the secret text, while the lower bits are filled with specific values. Then, the transformed array is encoded with double-random phase-encoding technique. Finally, the encoded array is superimposed on an expanded host image to obtain the image embedded with hidden data. The performance of the proposed technique, including the hiding capacity, the recovery accuracy of the secret text, and the quality of the image embedded with hidden data, is tested via analytical modeling and test data stream. Experimental results show that the secret text can be recovered either accurately or almost accurately, while maintaining the quality of the host image embedded with hidden data by properly selecting the method of transforming the secret text into an array and the superimposition coefficient. By using optical information processing techniques, the proposed method has been found to significantly improve the security of text information transmission, while ensuring hiding capacity at a prescribed level.
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Sang, J.; Ling, S.; Alam, M.S. Efficient Text Encryption and Hiding with Double-Random Phase-Encoding. Sensors 2012, 12, 13441-13457.
Sang J, Ling S, Alam MS. Efficient Text Encryption and Hiding with Double-Random Phase-Encoding. Sensors. 2012; 12(10):13441-13457.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sang, Jun; Ling, Shenggui; Alam, Mohammad S. 2012. "Efficient Text Encryption and Hiding with Double-Random Phase-Encoding." Sensors 12, no. 10: 13441-13457.