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Data Encryption Standard with Key Generation

Raja Nagori, Puneet Mathur


This document presents a 64-bit approach to the obsolete encryption of Data Encryption Standard. Since symmetrical block encryption has already reached its peak, many hackers have devised many methods to decrypt encryption and get the plaintext message, mainly through brute-force attacks. To improve security, authors generate the 64-bit key generated by the random function. Random unification generates the key in the form 0 and 1. Even the size of different tables, functions, keys and swaps found in the original DES process is subject to this duplication of dimensions. In the future, the extended data encryption standard is twice as wide as its predecessor. By changing the key at any time during the generation of the key in the encryption process, an attacker will take much longer to ignore security through the use of brute force.


Keywords: Plain text, cipher text, random key generation

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Raja Nagori, Puneet Mathur. Data Encryption Standard with Key Generation. Recent Trends in Parallel Computing. 2019; 6(2): 44–47p.

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