Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2010/283

Recursive Information Hiding in Visual Cryptography

Sandeep Katta

Abstract: Visual Cryptography is a secret sharing scheme that uses the human visual system to perform computations. This paper presents a recursive hiding scheme for 3 out of 5 secret sharing. The idea used is to hide smaller secrets in the shares of a larger secret without an expansion in the size of the latter.

Category / Keywords: applications / visual cryptography, secret sharing, recursive hiding of secrets, information efficiency, 3 out of 5 secret sharing.

Date: received 12 May 2010

Contact author: sandeep katta at okstate edu

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