A new compound mode of confusion and diffusion for block encryption of image based on chaos
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AbstractA block encryption for image using combination of confusion and diffusion is proposed in this paper. In this encryption, a new compound mode is proposed. Baker map is used to generate a pseudo-random sequence, and several one-dimension chaotic maps are dynamically selected to encrypt blocks of image, in the order of the pseudo-random sequence generated by Baker map. Different with other combined encryptions, the algorithm of this encryption does not confusion original image directly, but generate a pseudo-random, which is used as a route for diffusion, combines pixels to block randomly and arrays them. When diffusion is executing, for mutual diffusion of pixels, the confusion is working by the pseudo-random order of route, the combination is deep-seated.

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