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cryptosystem

The associated items of cryptomaterial that are used as a unit and provide a single means of encryption and decryption. See also cipher; code; decrypt; encipher.
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The United States Patent and Trademark Office has approved and issued a patent entitled 'Systems and Methods Improving Cryptosystems with Biometrics' under the US patent number 9,825,761 to the KSU," Professor Muhammad Khurram Khan, one of the co-inventors, told Arab News on Monday.
He said: "Conventional cryptosystems do not need any complex image processing and pattern recognition procedures as used in biometrics-based identification systems.
Section IV devotes for an algebraic structure of RSA, we also show in this Section all known RSA cryptosystems having this algebraic structure.
The IP cryptosystems use industry-standard IP interfaces, eliminating the need for custom serial interfaces, which is intended to ease integration challenges, improve reliability, lower transition risk, and reduce cost.
Invited papers discuss security risks posed by modern integrated circuit debug and diagnosis tools, and elliptic curve cryptosystems in the presence of faults.
Public-key cryptosystems based on composite degree residuosity classes.
Koblitz, Elliptic Curve Cryptosystems, Mathematics of Computation, Vol 48, 203-209, 1987.
Symmetric algorithms are cryptosystems that either a secret key will be shared for both encryption and decryption [7][8].
The classical ELGamal encryption scheme is one of the most widely used public-key cryptosystems.
In terms of applications to cryptography, they cover elliptic-curve cryptosystems, hyperelliptic-curve cryptography, code-based public-key cryptosystems, frameproof codes, and fast arithmetic in finite fields.
The key agreement in the proposed system is similar to that of ElGamal cryptosystem and the system has the advantage of high speed encryption and decryption rates compared with other public key cryptosystems based on exponentiation as the encryption and decryption algorithm involve only two modular exponentiation terms [[beta].
The results of several experimental, key space analysis, statistical analysis, and key sensitivity tests show that the proposed ECBFSC for image cryptosystems provides an efficient and secure way for real-time image encryption and transmission from the cryptographic viewpoint.