Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
|Title:||CONTENT ENCAPSULATION TECHNOLOGY FOR DIGITAL LIBRARY SECURITY|
|Authors:||Pandey, Dhruba Prokash|
CONTENT ENCAPSULATION TECHNOLOGY
DIGITAL LIBRARY SECURITY
|Abstract:||This dissertation work gives an account of Content Encapsulation Technology for Digital Library Security, conceived and designed for Defence Research and Development Organization. Digital libraries provide mechanism for the distribution of electronic documents and the terms and conditions of their usage. The tasks of a digital library are not only limited by establishing a secure communication channel, but also extended to the protection of electronic documents even after the transfer. The solutions proposed in this area are based on the use of cryptographically secured containers. The subject Content Encapsulation Technology for Digital Library Security has been developed as an application software and is designed to achieve secure communication of classified as well as non-classified documents in an encrypted form. This dissertation work is aimed at protecting documents by wrapping them in a secure cryptographic envelope. The original text message is double encrypted with the help of Ha'I Algorithms and Digital Signature Techniques. Further, the. GUI enables the end-users to encrypt and decrypt the text-messages irrespective of location.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dissertation (C.Dec.)|
Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.