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Scrambling and Encrypting- Based Authenticating for Open Networks Communication


M. W. Youssef, Hazem El-Gendy


Vol. 11  No. 6  pp. 24-29


With the increase in the importance and utilization of information, grows the importance of developing security mechanisms for the information exchanged over various types of communications networks. In this paper, we present a novel method to authenticate open communications systems by using scrambling and encryption. It involves the enhancement to the data link layer format that involves utilization of unused segments. Authentication has proven to be a deterrent to intruders and ensures that information is transmitted from trusted senders to a trusted receiver. It presents a scrambling and encrypting mechanism to authenticate information in packet headers of the data link layer, HDLC ? PPP protocol.


Computer Communications, Computer communications Protocols, Network Security, Authentication, Scrambling, Encryption, Standard Protocols, ISO Open System Interconnections(OSI) Model.