Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2021/1550

Chaos and Logistic Map based Key Generation Technique for AES-driven IoT Security

Ziaur Rahman andIbrahim Khalil and Mousumi Sumi

Abstract: Several efforts have been seen claiming the lightweight block ciphers as a necessarily suitable substitute in securing the Internet of Things. Currently, it has been able to envisage as a pervasive frame of reference almost all across the privacy preserving of smart and sensor-oriented appliances. Different approaches are likely to be inefficient, bringing desired degree of security considering the easiness and surely the process of simplicity but security. Strengthening the well-known symmetric key and block dependent algorithm using either chaos motivated logistic map or elliptic curve has shown a far-reaching potential to be a discretion in secure real-time communication. The popular feature of logistic maps, such as the un-foreseeability and randomness often expected to be used in dynamic key-propagation in sync with chaos and scheduling technique towards data integrity. As a bit alternation in keys, able to come up with oversize deviation, also would have consequence to leverage data confidentiality. Henceforth it may have proximity to time consumption, which may lead to a challenge to make sure instant data exchange between participating node entities. In consideration of delay latency required to both secure encryption and decryption, the proposed approach suggests a modification on the key-origination matrix along with S-box. It has plausibly been taken us to this point that the time required proportionate to the plain-text sent while the plain-text disproportionate to the probability happening a letter on the message made. In line with that the effort so far sought how apparent chaos escalates the desired key-initiation before message transmission.

Category / Keywords: applications / Internet of Things and AES Modification and Key Generation Matrix and Logistic map

Original Publication (in the same form): Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering

Date: received 25 Nov 2021

Contact author: zia at iut-dhaka edu

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