To Achieve Higher Security in Automatic Variable Key Technique towards Optimum Data Transfer with Noise Burst in Cryptosystem
In this manuscript, we have proposed new key generation techniques with noise burst based on established variable key generation techniques. To verify the true randomness of the proposed techniques, we have tested the randomness of successive generated keys by using National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) statistical tool and tested with the standard algorithm RC4 and proved that the generated keys are truly random. The proposed techniques provide maximum level of security as compared to those related existing techniques as the newly generated keys are more random. Due to the enhanced randomness, it can be stated that proposed techniques provide more security in real time applications.
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