Perturbation meets key-based interval splitting arithmetic coding: security enhancement and chaos generalization

@article{Zhang2016PerturbationMK,
  title={Perturbation meets key-based interval splitting arithmetic coding: security enhancement and chaos generalization},
  author={Yushu Zhang and Di Xiao and Kwok-Wo Wong and Jiantao Zhou and Sen Bai and Moting Su},
  journal={Security and Communication Networks},
  year={2016},
  volume={9},
  pages={43-53}
}
Key-based interval splitting arithmetic coding (KAC) possesses both encryption and compression capabilities. However, it possesses vulnerability to chosen-plaintext attack because the attacker can explore the relationship between the key and the codeword to deduce the secret key. In order to resist this attack, we propose to introduce perturbation into KAC. The perturbation-based KAC not only avoids the flaw of KAC that the splitting keys are usually located at the endpoint of certain codeword… CONTINUE READING

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