Proposal / Submission Type

Peer Reviewed Paper

Location

Richmond, Virginia

Start Date

29-5-2014 1:00 PM

Abstract

Most of the Live Video Systems do not preserve the Confidentiality principle, and send all frames of the video without any protection, allowing an easy “man in the middle” attack. But when it does, it uses cryptographic techniques over streaming data or makes use of secure channel systems. This generates low frame rate and demands many processor resources. In fact native Live Video Streaming demands many resources of all System.

In this paper we propose a technique to preserve confidentiality in Video Live Streaming applying a confusing visual method making use of the Toral Automorphism Spatial Transformation over each frame. In terms of agreeing robustness to this algorithm, we agree on two criteria: (1) Before reallocating subframes, rotate some of them 180°; and (2) Randomly choose a key to change the order of reallocating subframes.

Keywords: toral automorphism, spatial transformation, subframe, man in the middle, iterations.

 
May 29th, 1:00 PM

Application Of Toral Automorphisms to Preserve Confidentiality Principle in Video Live Streaming

Richmond, Virginia

Most of the Live Video Systems do not preserve the Confidentiality principle, and send all frames of the video without any protection, allowing an easy “man in the middle” attack. But when it does, it uses cryptographic techniques over streaming data or makes use of secure channel systems. This generates low frame rate and demands many processor resources. In fact native Live Video Streaming demands many resources of all System.

In this paper we propose a technique to preserve confidentiality in Video Live Streaming applying a confusing visual method making use of the Toral Automorphism Spatial Transformation over each frame. In terms of agreeing robustness to this algorithm, we agree on two criteria: (1) Before reallocating subframes, rotate some of them 180°; and (2) Randomly choose a key to change the order of reallocating subframes.

Keywords: toral automorphism, spatial transformation, subframe, man in the middle, iterations.