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Research Article

Implementation of Biometric Security using Hybrid Combination of RSA and Simple Symmetric Key Algorithm

Mohammad Shahnawaz Nasir1, Prakash Kuppuswamy 2
  1. Lecturer, Department of Computer Science, Jazan University, KSA
  2. Lecturer, Department of Computer Engineering & Networks, Jazan University, KSA
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The objective of this research proposal is to design new bio metric security protocol using hybrid encryption system. The hybrid encryption technique is a combination of both symmetric and asymmetric cryptographic techniques. The security of bio-metric information transfer through unreliable channel is challenging, because of external attacks. Therefore, Security of biometric information is essential requirement in this current trend and technology. The various protocols such an AES, DES, 3 DES are currently using biometric solution. But, the key distribution and encryption and decryption cycle is major problem. The new protocol solves make more secure and easy to encrypt and decrypt the data. Thus, in this paper, we propose new efficient and effective mechanism for confidentiality and authentication for biometric security system by using RSA and simple symmetric key algorithm. Also it examines the possibility of using a combination of biometric attributes to overcome common problems in having a biometric scheme for authentication. It also investigates possible schemes and features to deal with variations in Biometric attributes.


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