Dynamic Rounds Chaotic Block Cipher Based on Keyword Abstract Extraction
AbstractAccording to the keyword abstract extraction function in the Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval Sharing Platform (NLPIR), the design method of a dynamic rounds chaotic block cipher is presented in this paper, which takes into account both the security and efficiency. The cipher combines chaotic theory with the Feistel structure block cipher, and uses the randomness of chaotic sequence and the nonlinearity of chaotic S-box to dynamically generate encrypted rounds, realizing more numbers of dynamic rounds encryption for the important information marked by NLPIR, while less numbers of dynamic rounds encryption for the non-important information that is not marked. Through linear and differential cryptographic analysis, ciphertext information entropy, “0–1” balance and National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST) tests and the comparison with other traditional and lightweight block ciphers, the results indicate that the dynamic variety of encrypted rounds can achieve different levels of encryption for different information, which can achieve the purpose of enhancing the anti-attack ability and reducing the number of encrypted rounds. Therefore, the dynamic rounds chaotic block cipher can guarantee the security of information transmission and realize the lightweight of the cryptographic algorithm. View Full-Text
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Wang, J.; Ding, Q. Dynamic Rounds Chaotic Block Cipher Based on Keyword Abstract Extraction. Entropy 2018, 20, 693.
Wang J, Ding Q. Dynamic Rounds Chaotic Block Cipher Based on Keyword Abstract Extraction. Entropy. 2018; 20(9):693.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wang, Juan; Ding, Qun. 2018. "Dynamic Rounds Chaotic Block Cipher Based on Keyword Abstract Extraction." Entropy 20, no. 9: 693.
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