Hussain, Abid; Khan, Murtuza Ahmed
November 2012
Asian Journal of Computer Science & Information Technology;Nov2012, Vol. 2 Issue 11, p291
Academic Journal
The complication of cryptography does not allow many people to actually understand the motivations of working security cryptography. Cryptography process seeks to distribute an estimation of basic cryptographic primitives across a number of unions in order to reduce security assumptions on individual nodes, which establish a level of fault-tolerance contrasting to the node modification. In an increasingly networked and distributed communications setting, there are more and more useful situations where the ability to distribute a computation between a number of dissimilar network intersections is needed. The reason back to the efficiency, fault-tolerance and security that order differently. Hence, this work aims to describe and review the different research that has done toward text encryption and description in the block cipher. Moreover, the proposed method suggests a cryptography model in the block cipher.


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