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Title: Data encryption on mobile devices running J2ME
Authors: Chu, Wan Sze
Department: Department of Electronic Engineering
Issue Date: 2007
Supervisor: Supervisor: Dr. Wong, K W.; Assessor: Dr. So, H C
Abstract: The Rijndael is a block cipher with variable block and key size. The Rijndael with 128 bit block size is adopted as the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) in 2000 and has become widely used in the data encryption. This project investigates the efficient implementations of the Rijndael for the 32 bit resource limited mobile devices using Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME). It presents some general implementations of the Rijndael encryption and decryption supporting all possible block sizes and discusses the use of these implementations. The implementations are tested on the java phone platform and their performances are compared with the performances of the implementations in a public Java crypto library. Also, both the advantages and limitation of Rijndael are discussed.
Appears in Collections:Electronic Engineering - Undergraduate Final Year Projects

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