I am doing a research on detecting Stealthy False Data Injection (SFDI) attacks in a smart grid context (a related paper). Besides I am working on a chaotic cryptography (e.g. with Lorenz attraction) for encryption and decryption of the transmitted data.

I am wondering if it is possible to detect SFDI attacks through chaotic cryptography?

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    $\begingroup$ I suggest to question the adequateness of whatever process singled out the paper linked in the question as a reference, and the choice of Chaotic Cryptography as a research field. Crypto-SE has a poor opinion of CC. So does the IACR: there are few papers on CC in their peer-reviewed publications, most are refutations and old. Using cryptography (MACs, signatures) to protect against Stealthy False Data Injection in a Smart Grid can work, as in any network. For something specific to SG, it's necessary to model said SG. $\endgroup$
    – fgrieu
    Nov 20 at 21:08


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