strong algorithm

strong algorithm

[′strȯŋ ′al·gə‚rith·əm]
(communications)
A cryptographic algorithm for which the cost or time required to obtain the message or key is prohibitively great in practice even though the message may be obtainable in theory.
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Our expertise of embedding our strong algorithm in a compact form-factor at a competitive price is a perfect fit for smartwatches, which will be the center of wearables and IoT.
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If you used a cryptographically strong algorithm to shuffle decks of cards on an online gambling site, then even after I played hundreds of poker hands, I wouldn't be able to predict anything at all about the next hand" says Wagner.
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Harnessing big data, interactions with countless consumers, and strong algorithms, the Lithium Platform makes consumers' and brands' experiences more personal, meaningful, and practical.
Stories like these just demonstrate that traditional methods of encryption - even when using strong algorithms such as 256 bit AES - will still fall to user negligence or apathy," said Tom Colvin, Conseal Security's CTO.
Second, the appropriate cryptographic protection needs to be developed through strong algorithms and long keys.
If strong algorithms can be implemented in both domestic and international products, businesses will be able to communicate securely with customers, suppliers, partners, investors, and subsidiaries throughout the world.
The strong algorithms of Genowiz[TM] can analyze microarray data formats from various sources, be it academics or industries.
Supporting strong algorithms in an affordable, fast and easy-to-use product is a major milestone," remarked Joe Head, ODS Networks' executive vice president.