DNA for data security
Cryptography is the practice and study of
techniques for secure communication in the
presence of third parties.
The conversion of information from a readable
state to apparent nonsense.
The originator of an encrypted message shared
the decoding technique needed to recover the
original information only with intended
recipients, thereby precluding unwanted persons
to do the same.
Steganography is the technique of hiding
confidential information within any
Eg: image, audio etc.
Steganography is often confused with
cryptography because the two are similar
in the way that
they both are used to protect confidential
DNA FOR ENCRYPTION
Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is a long
linear polymer found in the nucleus of a
cell and formed from nucleotides and
shaped likes a double helix, associated
with the transmission of genetic
DNA can be used in cryptography for
storing and transmitting the information,
as well as for computation
The message is encoded into DNA sequence, and
is sent along with other DNA sequences.
The principle of DNA steganography is conceal
the information which needs encryption in the
large numbers of irrelevant DNA sequence
DNA sequences can be made by using DNA
generate a list
of 1500 bases
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