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The mobile agent system offers a promising solution for distributed systems applications that require fault tolerance, performance, and reliability. When it comes to issues like security and network management, mobile agents' inherent intelligence and autonomy come in handy. It is usually possible to add new systems to mobile agent technology because of its interoperability and adaptability. In spite of the benefits of self-reliance and intelligence, mobile agents are vulnerable to security breaches. Security mechanisms are provided to ensure the mobile agent's data is secure. Chaos-based cryptography is a highly secure method of encrypting data. The mobile agent environment has not yet seen any testing of this technique. Mobile agents are being used to test a chaotic cryptography based on Chebyshev polynomials and ElGamal. Hybridization resembles the data encryption method known as "signcryption" in many ways. Theory shows that chaotic cryptography is impenetrable to most threats. Chaos-based cryptography ensures a high level of data security throughout the system's architecture. Using a new measure called "trust scoring," it helps mobile agents decide on an itinerary based on the platform's trustworthiness.
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