Sunday, July 30, 2017

A Public Key Encryption Algorithm for Network Security

Enhanced Public Key Encryption Algorithm for Security of Network

Abstract -- Network security has become more important to personal computer users, organizations, and the military. With the advent of the internet,
security became a major concern and the history of security allows a better understanding of the emergence of security technology. The internet
structure itself allowed for many security threats to occur. When the architecture of the internet is modified it can reduce the possible attacks that can be
sent across the network. Knowing the attack methods, allows for the appropriate security to emerge. By means of firewalls and encryption mechanisms
many businesses secure themselves from the internet. The businesses create an "intranet" to remain connected to the internet but secured from
possible threats. Data integrity is quite a issue in security and to maintain that integrity we tends to improve as to provides the better encryption
processes for security. In our proposed work we will make encryption harder with enhanced public key encryption protocol for security and will discuss
the applications for proposed work. We will enhance the hardness in security by improving the Diffie-Hellman encryption algorithm by making changes or
adding some more security codes in current algorithm.

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