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Issues of Cryptographic Performance in Resource-Constrained Devices: An Experimental Study
, Jagdish Bakal
Published in Springer
Volume: 673
Pages: 447 - 455
Many gazettes, toys, sensors, instruments, etc., devices are mushrooming in the electronics market these days which are running with different operating systems and application frameworks. In Mobile phones also many platforms are available with its own stack, right from hardware level to application level. So it is difficult to all the mobile phones or devices with same characteristics, performance, and features. The conclusive success of a platform entirely depends on its security to the user data ultimately, it constructs the global market. We present here a comparative study of four Mobile Operating Systems architecture and security perspectives of each. Moreover, experiments are carried out with Windows and android smartphone to study the cryptographic performance in these devices which plays as decisive parameters for future applications and system developers to implement secured devices and applications. We show that although algorithms characteristics are fixed, due to different architectures and dependencies in different devices with different operating systems, same efficiency, and performance is not guaranteed by cryptographic as well as other data structure algorithms. © 2018, Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
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JournalData powered by TypesetIntelligent Computing and Information and Communication
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