A Survey on Various Encryption Cryptographic Techniques  
  Authors : Ritu Patidar; Rupali Dave; Anubha Sharma


In modern era, it should be noted that all work related to banking, ATM card, credit card, marketing, Ecommerce etc are done on internet. So there must be security provided over the network. In this paper we survey the researches held on various encryption methods used in cryptography and attacks such as factorization problem, low decryption exponent, common modulus, short message, cyclic attack and side channel attack etc. This paper presents the theoretical aspects and comparative study about different encryption techniques in cryptosystem.


Published In : IJCAT Journal Volume 3, Issue 2

Date of Publication : February 2016

Pages : 96 - 101

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Ritu Patidar : Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, RGPV University, SVITS, Indore, India

Rupali Dave : Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, RGPV University, SVITS, Indore, India

Anubha Sharma : Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, RGPV University, SVITS, Indore, India








RSA algorithm



public key

private key

prime number theorem(PNT)


Greatest Common Divisor(GCD)

In this paper comparative study of different encryption algorithms are presented. With theoretical aspects it was concluded that the advanced encryption standard, RSA public cryptography is more efficient than the Data encryption standard. AES can be used when high security is needed. This paper presents the theoretical analysis of selected symmetric algorithms. These selected algorithms are AES, DES, Blowfish, IDEA and RSA. All encryption techniques are discussed and analyzed the working performance of the encryption methods. This paper presents survey on the existing works of the encryption techniques and also presents various attacks in cryptosystem. Each technique of encryption is different in working, which might be suitable for different applications. All the techniques are useful for real-time encryption.










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