Cryptographic Key Generation Using Biometrics

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Efficient Cryptographic Key Generation Using Fingerprint Ginu Thomas, K.Rahimunnisa, Sonima Parayil Abstract— T Biometrics are used for the high secure applications in cryptography. Cryptography is intended to ensure the secret and authenticity of a message. The generation of cryptographic key from individual user’s biometric feature is a solution to this problem. In this approach, it is too hard for the attacker to guess the cryptographic key without the prior knowledge of the user’s biometrics. But the problem with biometrics is that compromise makes it unusable.