Author(s): Ms. Purnima, Lalitkumar P Bhaiya, Ghanshyam Sahu

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DOI: 10.52711/2321-581X.2023.00004   

Address: Ms. Purnima1, Lalitkumar P Bhaiya2, Ghanshyam Sahu3
1M. Tech Scholar, Dept of CSE, Bharti College of Engineering & Technology, Durg.
2Assistant Professor, Dept of CSE, Bharti College of Engineering & Technology, Durg.
3Assistant Professor, Dept of CSE, Bharti College of Engineering & Technology, Durg.
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Published In:   Volume - 14,      Issue - 1,     Year - 2023


ABSTRACT:
We occasionally hear in the news about a breach or attack on certain well-known firms as though it were just another piece of news, but in reality, it is a serious problem because it involves the personal information of people, their money in trade, and the management of their businesses and projects. The honey encryption planner is going to be the topic of conversation for the duration of this essay. Honey Encryption is an encryption method that provides plain acceptable text in order to provide flexibility against brute-force attacks. Honey Encryption does this by encoding data in a way that is not easily broken. It is difficult to build a convincing message trap that is flawless enough to fool the striker even when he feels that he possesses the message in its original form. This is due to the fact that for each key that is used by a trespasser to decode a message, two key regions are open. The typo problem is the second difficulty, and it happens when a lawful user pushes the wrong key by accident. This causes the user to see what appears to be real false plain text even though the user did nothing wrong. Our goal is to come up with more foolproof ruses that are clever enough to prevent an intruder's attempts to discern the genuine meaning of what we are attempting to say through our communication. We also need new security methods because the attackers are looking for new ways to attack the systems, so we proposed a new way to protect messages and passwords well and make them difficult to break and take all of the possibilities of attack, including the brute-force, and then the data is hidden in an image with a public secret key. This solution was developed because the attackers are looking for new ways to attack the systems. This is due to the fact that the attackers are continuously searching for new ways to launch attacks on the systems.


Cite this article:
Ms. Purnima, Lalitkumar P Bhaiya, Ghanshyam Sahu. A Review on Reading of Text Hidden in Image Using Steganography. Research Journal of Engineering and Technology. 2023; 14(1):41-7. doi: 10.52711/2321-581X.2023.00004

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Ms. Purnima, Lalitkumar P Bhaiya, Ghanshyam Sahu. A Review on Reading of Text Hidden in Image Using Steganography. Research Journal of Engineering and Technology. 2023; 14(1):41-7. doi: 10.52711/2321-581X.2023.00004   Available on: https://ijersonline.org/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2023-14-1-4


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