HyDEn: A hybrid steganocryptographic approach for data encryption using randomized error-correcting DNA codes

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DOIResolve DOI: http://doi.org/10.1155/2013/634832
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TypeArticle
Journal titleBioMed Research International
ISSN2314-6133
Volume2013
Article number634832
Subjectarticle; data analysis; DNA sequence; DNA steganography; error; genetic code; hybrid DNA encryption; process design
AbstractThis paper presents a novel hybrid DNA encryption (HyDEn) approach that uses randomized assignments of unique error-correcting DNA Hamming code words for single characters in the extended ASCII set. HyDEn relies on custom-built quaternary codes and a private key used in the randomized assignment of code words and the cyclic permutations applied on the encoded message. Along with its ability to detect and correct errors, HyDEn equals or outperforms existing cryptographic methods and represents a promising in silico DNA steganographic approach. © 2013 Dan Tulpan et al.
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