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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 09)
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A Generic Hybrid Encryption System (HES)

Ijaz Ali Shoukat, Kamalrulnizam Abu Bakar and Subariah Ibrahim
Corresponding Author:  Ijaz Ali Shoukat 

Key words:  Asymmetric encryption, hybrid encryption system, key exchange, symmetric encryption, , ,
Vol. 5 , (09): 2692-2700
Submitted Accepted Published
September 16, 2012 October 09, 2012 March 20, 2013
Abstract:

This study proposes a Generic Hybrid Encryption System (HES) under mutual committee of symmetric and asymmetric cryptosystems. Asymmetric (public key) Cryptosystems associates several performance issues like computational incompetence, memory wastages, energy consumptions and employment limitations on bulky data sets but they are quite secure and reliable in key exchange over insecure remote communication channels. Symmetric (private key) cryptosystems are 100 times out performed, having no such issues but they cannot fulfill non-repudiation, false modifications in secret key, fake modifications in cipher text and origin authentication of both parties while exchanging information. These contradictory issues can be omitted by utilizing hybrid encryption mechanisms (symmetric+asymmetric) to get optimal benefits of both schemes. Several hybrid mechanisms are available with different logics but our logic differs in infrastructural design, simplicity, computational efficiency and security as compared to prior hybrid encryption schemes. Some prior schemes are either diversified in performance aspects, customer satisfaction, memory utilization or energy consumptions and some are vulnerable against forgery and password guessing (session key recovery) attacks. We have done some functional and design related changes in existing Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) to achieve simplicity, optimal privacy and more customer satisfaction by providing Hybrid Encryption System (HES) that is able to fulfill all set of standardized security constraints. No such PKI based generic hybrid encryption scheme persists as we have provided in order to manage all these kinds of discussed issues.
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Ijaz Ali Shoukat, Kamalrulnizam Abu Bakar and Subariah Ibrahim, 2013. A Generic Hybrid Encryption System (HES) .  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(09): 2692-2700.
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