Image security over open network transmission is a big concern nowadays. This paper proposes another methodology for color image encoding and decoding using two stage Hill Cipher method which is connected with Arnold Transformation. The forgoing created a strategy for encryption and decryption of color image information and touched on just the premise of keys. In this plan, keys and the agreement of Hill Cipher (HC) are basic. Moreover, keys multiplication (pre or post) over an RGB image information framework is inevitable to know to effectively decrypt the first image information. We have given a machine simulation with a standard example and the result is given to support the stalwartness of the plan. This paper gives a detailed comparison between prior proposed methods and this methodology. The system has potential utilization in computerized RGB image transforming and security of image information.
Ranjan, Rakesh; Sharma, R. K.; and Hanmandlu, M.
Color image encryption and decryption using Hill Cipher associated with Arnold transform,
Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM), Vol. 11,
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/aam/vol11/iss1/2