A Lightweight Image Encryption and Blowfish Decryption for the Secure Internet of Things
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As an innovative technology of the future, the Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to connect billions of users. Increased connectivity is expected to generate mountains of data and data protection can be a threat. Architectural tools, in principle, are smaller in size and low in strength. Due to their sophistication, traditional encryption algorithms are often computationally ineffective and require multiple rounds of coding, effectively wasting restricted device resources. But a less complex algorithm will jeopardize required honesty. In this article we propose a lightweight coding algorithm called Stable IoT (SIT). It is a 64-bit block encryption that requires a 64-bit key to encrypt data. Low complexity coding symmetry algorithm called Stable Power with Affine Shift. The coding component can be implemented using a simple syntax consisting of only basic mathematical operations (AND, OR, XOR, XNOR, SHIFTING, SWAPPING). This will help reduce the encoder, as the more complex key expansion method is only done in decryption. The purpose of this document is to conduct a security review and evaluate the performance of the proposed algorithm. The design of the algorithm is a combination of emotion and a unified switch-switch network. Simulation testing reveals that the algorithm provides adequate protection in only five rounds of encryption. The algorithm is hardware-implemented with a low-cost 8-bit microcontroller and the effects of code size, memory consumption, and encryption / decoding execution cycles are contrasted with reference encryption algorithms. © 2020 IEEE.