Performance analysis of data encryption algorithm

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In this paper, author have performed experimental analysis of Jumbling-Salting (JS) algorithm for larger text size. In the earlier research work, JS Algorithm was symmetric-password encryption algorithm. JS algorithm consists of two prominent cryptographic processes namely Jumbling and Salting. Jumbling consists of three major randomized processes viz. Addition, Selection and Reverse. Jumbling process jumbles the random characters into password string. Salting process adds a random string based on some timestamp value. The output of Jumbling and Salting process is given to predefined AES block to perform 128-bit key encryption to maintain the cipher text size uniform. In this research, the capability of JS algorithm is enhanced. The paper therefore shows the performance of JS algorithm regarding length of cipher text size with respect to AES and DES algorithms. This extended research ensures that JS algorithm is not only suitable for smaller text like password, pin, passcode etc. but it is also favorable for larger texts.




Churi, P. P. (2019). Performance analysis of data encryption algorithm. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(3), 6230–6235.

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