bit key

bit key

A key having a projecting blade or wing which engages with and actuates the bolt and tumblers of a lock.
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Kryptos technologies include Military Grade 256 bit AES and a 2048 bit key exchange.
Additional important features are the 2-factor authentication solution OTP Mobile; besides that the client supports certificates with 4096 bit key lengths.
A 56 bit key creates 72 quadrillion possible combinations.
Forty bit key technology is adequate to stop someone from nicking US$50 off your bank account but not for protecting industrial secrets and medical records," says Whitfield Diffie, a widely respected expert on cryptography and an engineer at Sun Microsystems.
In addition, the release features two-factor authentication solution OTP Mobile, as well as client supporting certificates with 4096 bit key lengths.
All e-mails are encrypted using a 256 bit key, with the system storing one copy and any original attachments.
Moreover, user authentication with up to 4096 bit key lengths on the server and client side increase security levels when confronted with hacker attacks.
128 bit key length or longer) is utilized to convert clear data (plain text) into an unreadable form called ciphertext, which cannot be deciphered without the decryption key.
Triple DES with a 168 bit key length is known to be one of the strongest encryption algorithms available and provides much more protection than products that are limited to standard 40 or 56 bit key encryption.
Choose between 1024, 2048, or 4096 bit key lengths when encrypting SSL/TLS certificates.
The US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recommends using at least 2,048 bit RSA keys for signatures protecting data from year 2010 and 3,072 bit keys beyond year 2030 and with the latest version of the solution, organisations are prepared to meet these recommendations.
As with all Steganos software, all user data and passwords are encrypted using the Advanced Encryption Standard with 256 bit keys.