AMPC: A Lightweight Hybrid Cryptographic Algorithm for Wireless Sensor Networks

Authors : Md. Navid Bin Anwar; Maherin Mizan Maha

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 6 - June

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DOI : 10.38124/IJISRT20JUN975

Wireless sensor network (WSN) is a group of several autonomous sensor nodes attached to each other. Wireless sensor networks are commonly used in a lot of applications and are expected to have a cheap deployment cost. The network of sensors continues to grow aiding the need of the system. Due to that, sensors become vulnerable to attacks and need strong security mechanism. To strengthen the security of data which are transmitted through sensors in WSN, different cryptographic schemes are used. As WSN has limited energy source, therefore, complex cryptographic algorithms may require excessive computational time which not only make the data transmission slow but the life time of sensor network will be significantly affected. To overcome these challenges a new hybrid cryptographic scheme, AES and Modified Playfair Cipher (AMPC), is introduced in this paper.

Keywords : AES, hybrid cryptography, playfair cipher, sensor, modified playfair cipher, AMPC, Diffie-Hellman, wireless sensor network.


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