Peformance analysis of data encryption algorithms

  title={Peformance analysis of data encryption algorithms},
  author={Om Prakash Verma and Ritu Agarwal and Dhiraj Dafouti and Shobha Tyagi},
  journal={2011 3rd International Conference on Electronics Computer Technology},
The principal goal guiding the design of any encryption algorithm must be security against unauthorized attacks. However, for all practical applications, performance and speed are also important concerns. These are the two main characteristics that differentiate one encryption algorithm from another. This paper provides the performance comparison between four of the most commonly used encryption algorithms: DES(Data Encryption Standard), 3DES(Triple DES), BLOWFISH and AES (Rijndael). The… CONTINUE READING
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