A Review on Audio Encryption Algorithms Using Chaos Maps-Based Techniques

Authors

  • Ekhlas Abbas Albahrani Department of Computer Science, Mustansiriyah University, Baghdad, Iraq
  • Tayseer Karam Alshekly Department of Banking and Finance science, Al-Imam Al-A’tham University College, Baghdad, Iraq
  • Sadeq H. Lafta Department of Applied Science, University of Technology – Iraq https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7000-8337

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.13052/jcsm2245-1439.1113

Keywords:

encryption algorithms, audio encryption, audio decryption, chaotic maps.

Abstract

Due to the quick improvement in digital communications and multimedia applications during recent periods up to the current time, data protection of digital data such as image, audio and video becomes a significant challenge. The security of audio data that transfer through different networks was rated as a preferred research field in the preceding years. This review covers the recent contribution for audio encryption and gives the most evaluations for audio encryption algorithm involving security analysis, computational complexity and quality analysis and their requirements. This paper fundamentally concentrates on displaying the different types of audio encryption and decryption techniques based on chaotic maps. Digital and analog audio algorithms were displayed, discussed and compared with the illustration of the important features and drawbacks. Various digital and audio proposed projects for audio encryption using chaotic maps have been covered, which they showed extreme sensitivity to initial conditions, unpredictability and conducting in a quasi-random manner. A comparison among the proposed algorithms in the key space, chaotic maps sensitivity and statistical analysis were provided.

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Author Biographies

Ekhlas Abbas Albahrani, Department of Computer Science, Mustansiriyah University, Baghdad, Iraq

Ekhlas Abbas Albahrani Assistant Prof. was born at 1974. She had the PhD Degree in Computer science/Data Security in 2016. The Msc. in Computer science/Data Security in 2001, and Bachelor Degree in Computer science 1996 at the University of Technology/Iraq. Work teams are at University of Technology and Mustansiriyah University, Baghdad, Iraq on Cryptography research field. Academic member from 1996 to 2001 at the University of Technology/Iraq, from 2001 to 2009 at Sebha University and at Mustansiriyah University/Iraq from 2009 to 2021. She participated in different committees such as organizing symposium and conferences in computer Sciences at Mustansiriyah University and IEEE conferences. She participated in different seminars, Training courses and lectures inside Iraq. She reviewed more than 20 articles in data security for Clarivate and Scopus journals. She participated in different organizing and scientific committees of conferences in College of Education at Mustansiriyah University/Iraq. She has about 20 published research papers in Cryptography and Data Security.

Tayseer Karam Alshekly, Department of Banking and Finance science, Al-Imam Al-A’tham University College, Baghdad, Iraq

Tayseer Karam Alshekly, born in 1991 in Baghdad, B.Sc. 2014 in computer science. MSc. In Computer Science from College of Education at Mustansiriyah University/Baghdad. She has four published papers in the field of cryptography. Now, she works for Banking and Finance science, Al-Imam Al-A’tham University College in Baghdad- Iraq.

Sadeq H. Lafta, Department of Applied Science, University of Technology – Iraq

Sadeq H. Lafta Assistant Prof. was born at 1972 He had his PhD Degree in Magnetic Material Science in 2016, the Msc. in Laser Physics1998, and Bachelor Degree in Applied Physics 1995 University of Technology/Iraq. His work teams are at University of Technology in semiconductor, nanomaterials and sensor fields, Duisburg-Essen University in nano-magnetic material field and Mustansiriyah University in Cryptography research field. He was an academic member from 1998 to 2009 in Sebha University, researcher at Nanotechnology Centre and Applied Science Department/University of Technology/Iraq from 2010 to 2021. He participated in different committees such as organizing symposium and conferences in Nanotechnology Centre/University of Technology. He participated in revealing the validity of laboratory equipment and suitability for work. He participated in different seminars, Training courses and lectures inside and outside Iraq. He has different social and scientific articles in Applied Science Dep. Website. He reviewed more than 50 articles in different applied physics for Clarivate and Scopus journals. He participated in different organizing and scientific committees of conferences in Nanotechnology Centre Applied Science Dep. At University of Technology/Iraq. He has about 20 published research papers in Applied Physics and Cryptography. He has a Science Day Medal/Ministry of Higher Education/Iraq in 2016 and Inventors Medal/Ministry of Science and Technology/Iraq in 2018.

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2021-11-20

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