Overview of Visual Secret Sharing Schemes for QR Code Message
Komal S. Patil, Suhas B. Bhagate, Dhanashri M.Kulkarni , ,
Affiliations Department of Computer Science, D.K.T.E. Society’s Textile and Engineering Institute, Ichalkaranji, India
The Quick Response (QR) code was designed for storing information and high-speed reading applications. With the wide application of QR code, the security problem of a QR code is severe, such as information leakage and data tampering. The QR code contains a secret message. To solve the QR information security problem, this paper proposed visual secret sharing schemes for QR code message. Invisible secret sharing scheme the QR code message is divided into several parts called shares, which separately reveals no knowledge about the QR code message. By stacking two or more shares one another, QR code message can be revealed and visually recognized. It improves the security of the data transmission and also improves the clarity of a secret image.
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