Basic cryptography
Cryptography has more uses than ensuring privacy through encrypting a message. Other uses for cryptography are to provide message integrity through the use of encrypted message hashes, and non-repudiation so that a sender cannot deny having sent a particular message. To ensure privacy, integrity, and non-repudiation in non-secure networks, cryptographic procedures need to be used.
Today, the following distinct classes of cryptographic ...

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