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There are many asymmetric algorithms they are Rivest Shamir Adleman (RSA), Diffie--Hellman, Digital Signature algorithm (DSA).
In addition, less resources in a communication channel are required, since the encrypted text has the same size than the plaintext, ensuring that all the sent information will be useful, which does not occur with asymmetric algorithms, which add bits to the encrypted text increasing the size with the same useful information (Khurana et al.
Asymmetric algorithms use different values for encryption and decryption and do not need to share secret between two parties.
2) The Back propagation can be considered analogy to the Asymmetric Algorithms like RSA, Knapsack problem.
AKA does not follow the conventional asymmetric architectures that utilize asymmetric algorithms to distribute symmetric keys (session keys) in an authentic manner.
Asymmetric algorithms are based on mathematically related, but different keys.
Cards built on the TrustedFlash platform will provide full digital rights management capabilities, supporting industry security standards such as both symmetric and asymmetric algorithms.
0 employs its own cryptographically strong random number generator and a powerful combination of symmetric and asymmetric algorithms to encrypt and decrypt archived data.
Asymmetric algorithms such as RSA, DH and DSS with key lengths up to 4096-bits are supported with a peak performance of 60K 180-bit exponent DH or 40K 1024-bit exponent RSA operations per second.
It features an outstanding 16-bit CPU performance, 192 Kbytes of ROM, 64 Kbytes of EEPROM, 6 Kbytes of RAM and a host of security mechanisms including firewalls and two cryptographic co-processors: one for the asymmetric algorithms (RSA, DSA, Elliptic Curves) and one for the DES/TripleDES.
The SLE66CLX320P and the SLE66CLX320PS, which feature a powerful crypto-coprocessor with highest performance, also support asymmetric algorithms, such as RSA (Rivest, Shamir, Adleman) and elliptic curves algorithms.
Sharp's integrated cryptographic coprocessor is optimized for acceleration of a wide range of asymmetric algorithms including elliptic curves.