Review of Image Encryption using Different Techniques
Encryption is one of the measures that ensure the security of images used in various fields such as military understanding, secure clinical imaging offices, Internet and intranet media, electronic banking, and individual association images such as Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, etc. On this huge number of images that are sent in a free and open link either during selection or messaging; Then their security ends up being a central need in individual insurance organizations and the arrangement. This article audits and summarizes various image encryption systems to further develop advanced image encryption strategies that operate with expanded flexibility and security.
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