STUDY AND ANALYSIS OF AN EFFICIENT AES ALGORITHM FOR IOT-BASED APPLICATIONS

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Naga Saranya Cherukupalli, Sesha Shayee Maruvada

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With the rapid expansion of online communication, there is always the possibility of data confidentiality, data reliability, and data accessibility. As a consequence of this, gift cryptographic methods, such as the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), which can be used to protect such data, must be quick and secure. This report discusses two novel approaches to adapting the aforementioned issue, which may be achieved by improving the design of Advance Encryption Standard (AES) mix column manipulation. In comparison to previous calculations, an improvement of 1.27 times in expressions of speed proficiency was achieved. AES has keys with a length of 128, 192, or 256 bits and input data blocks of 128 bits. MAES, a low-power AES encryption algorithm that runs over the interest, is the focus of this paper. A new mathematical expression is used in MAES to suggest using a one-dimensional S-Box to generate an affine transformation (n-n) matrix. When encrypted packets are sent, MAES has a higher efficiency of 18.35 percent than AES. As a result, in environments where resources are limited, MAES uses less power than AES.


 


 

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Sesha Shayee Maruvada, N. S. C. (2024). STUDY AND ANALYSIS OF AN EFFICIENT AES ALGORITHM FOR IOT-BASED APPLICATIONS. Obstetrics and Gynaecology Forum, 34(3s), 2260–2271. Retrieved from http://obstetricsandgynaecologyforum.com/index.php/ogf/article/view/679
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