Perbandingan Kecepatan Algoritma Kriptografi Asimetri

Mulya, Megah (2013) Perbandingan Kecepatan Algoritma Kriptografi Asimetri. Journal of Research in Computer Science & Applications (JRCSA), 01 (02). ISSN 2301-8488

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    Abstract

    Nowadays the issue of data security has evolved into a staple in every organization. Cryptographic is a common technique to secure the data.To determine which Cryptographic algorithms will be used in data security systems, besides of considering the strength, the speed is also important to be considered. This consideration of the speed will be more prefered if Cryptographic algorithms is used in the computer network environment. Therefore, besides of the speed, the strength of the cryptographic algorithm is also has to be considered. The measurement of cryptographic algorithm speed has been done by several parties, but commonly for symmetry type. Therefore in this research performed comparison of three speed popular asymmetric cryptographic algorithm, that are RSA, Elgamal and eliptic Curve. RSA, Elgamal and eliptic Curve these three are type of asymmetric cryptographic algorithm that has a public and private key pairs for encryption and decryption. In this study, all three algorithms are implemented in C + + and compiled with Borland C + + Builder. This study led to the conclusion of encryption processing speed sequence from the fastest to the slowest which are RSA, Elgamal and eliptic Curve. While the sequence of the fastest to the slowest for the decryption process is different from the order of the encryption process which are Elgamal, eliptic Curve and RSA. Keywords:Elgamal, eliptic Curve, RSA, comparison performance.

    Item Type: Article
    Subjects: T Technology > Computer Engineering
    Divisions: Faculty of Computer Science > Department of Informatics Engineering
    Depositing User: megah megah mulya
    Date Deposited: 27 Jul 2015 09:54
    Last Modified: 27 Jul 2015 09:54
    URI: http://eprints.unsri.ac.id/id/eprint/5670

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