Comparative Study of Security Aspects of Various Symmetric Key Encryption Algorithms
Keywords:Cryptography, Symmetric Key Encryption, Public Key Cryptosystem, Secret Key
Symmetric Key Cryptography also called secret key cryptography is a simpler and faster means of data transfer through an unreliable channel. It requires fewer overheads in terms of speed and energy cost than Public Key cryptosystem. This paper provides an insight into various security aspects of different Symmetric Key Encryption Algorithms.
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