A survey on image scrambling encryption techniques
Swati Suryawanshi, Vaishali Kolhe
The ongoing development of organized network media frameworks has expanded the requirement for the security of advanced Media. Digital media incorporates content, advanced sound, pictures, video and programming. Digital image scrambling encryption technology is a method for securing digital image data. With the utilization of change strategies, it can change the original image into a disarranged one to the point of being unrecognizable, making it troublesome for individuals who get the in unapproved way to extricate data of the original image from the scrambled images. In this paper, the fundamental standards of digital image scrambling encryption are discussed. The different scrambling encryption techniques are studied. The literature overview and working of these scrambling techniques is introduced. The framework has many functions: information hiding mechanism, reversibility and good visual quality, better encryption.