A new speech encryption algorithm based on dual shuffling HÉNON chaotic map

Obaida M. Al-hazaimeh


Over the past few decades, many algorithms have been proposed to improve the performance of speech encryption over un-secure channel (i.e., Internet). In this paper, the security level was enhanced using a dynamic dual chaotic based on HÉNON chaotic map. In the proposed algorithm, the speech elements are shuffled in a random fashion. Moreover, when both HÉNON state variables are free to be used for shuffling the index is toggled randomly between them according to toggle bit. After index shuffling each speech element is modified with XOR operation between the original speech element value and the key that is selected randomly from the updated key table. The same chaotic map is used to initiate the empty or full table and provide new table entries from the values that are already shuffled. The experimental results show that the proposed crypto-system is simple, fast with extra random toggling behavior. The high order of substitution make it sensitive to initial condition, common cryptanalysis attacks such as linear and differential attacks are infeasible.


chaotic system; cryptography; HÉNON map; speech signal;

DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijece.v11i3.pp%25p
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