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Chakra: A new approach for symmetric key encryption

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4 Author(s)
Kumar, P.R. ; Dept. of Comput. Sci.& Eng., V.R. Siddhartha Eng. Coll., Vijayawada, India ; Dhenakaran, S.S. ; Sailaja, K.L. ; SaiKishore, P.

Encryption is an art of protecting data that win wars, protect properties and personal information if performed properly. It ensures that the appropriate data is exchanged between the intended persons only; even if the eavesdroppers get the content of the data they should not be able to understand it. Chakra Algorithm is a symmetric key encryption technique. It is a process of encrypting the data with the concepts of Cartesian Co-ordinate Geometry andcircle generation. The process considers the translation and rotation of axis when the data is grouped into circles each circle holds the portion of data. The Cartesian axis will be migrated to the respective centerscircles and rotated by certain angle. The collection of angle with which each individual circle is rotated; the co-ordinates to which it is swapped, the size of the square grid the radius of the circle hold the symmetric key. Unlike the other current algorithms, in Chakra Algorithm we will not directly change the data instead location of data.

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Information and Communication Technologies (WICT), 2012 World Congress on

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Oct. 30 2012-Nov. 2 2012

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