An Integrated Symmetric Key Cryptographic Method – Amalgamation of TTJSA Algorithm , Advanced Caesar Cipher Algorithm, Bit Rotation and Reversal Method: SJA Algorithm

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Somdip Dey 1,* Joyshree Nath 2 Asoke Nath 1

1. Department of Computer Science, St. Xavier’s College [Autonomous], Kolkata, India

2. A.K. Chaudhuri School of IT, Calcutta University, Kolkata, India

* Corresponding author.


Received: 10 Jan. 2012 / Revised: 4 Mar. 2012 / Accepted: 1 Apr. 2012 / Published: 8 May 2012

Index Terms

Caesar Cipher, TTJSA, MSA, NJJSAA, UES, DJMNA, Cryptography


In this paper the authors present a new integrated symmetric-key cryptographic method, named SJA, which is the combination of advanced Caesar Cipher method, TTJSA method, Bit wise Rotation and Reversal method. The encryption method consists of three basic steps: 1) Encryption Technique using Advanced Caesar Cipher, 2) Encryption Technique using TTJSA Algorithm, and 3) Encryption Technique using Bit wise Rotation and Reversal. TTJSA Algorithm, used in this method, is again a combination of generalized modified Vernam Cipher method, MSA method and NJJSAA method. Nath et al. already developed some symmetric key encryption methods namely MSA, DJSA, DJJSA, modified DJJSA, NJJSA, TTJSA, TTSJA, DJMNA, UES-I, UES-II etc. The cryptanalysis shows that TTJSA is free from standard cryptographic attacks such as differential attack, plain text attack or any brute force attack. In the present method the authors have used advanced modified Caesar Cipher method where the authors have modified the standard Caesar Cipher method and then they applied TTJSA method to make the entire crypto system very hard to break. The present method has been tested on different plain text specially with repeated character and the spectral analysis of the plain text and the encrypted is also been shown. The spectral analysis shows that the present cryptography method, SJA can not be broken with any kind of standard cryptography attack. The authors propose that the present method will be most suitable for password, SMS or any kind of small message encryption.

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Somdip Dey, Joyshree Nath, Asoke Nath, "An Integrated Symmetric Key Cryptographic Method – Amalgamation of TTJSA Algorithm, Advanced Caesar Cipher Algorithm, Bit Rotation and Reversal Method: SJA Algorithm", International Journal of Modern Education and Computer Science (IJMECS), vol.4, no.5, pp.1-9, 2012. DOI:10.5815/ijmecs.2012.05.01


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