cryptographic algorithm

cryptographic algorithm

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(communications)
An unchanging set of rules or steps for enciphering and deciphering messages in a cipher system.
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Certificates of implementation correctness are awarded by the cryptographic algorithm validation program; these certificates being required as a pre-requisite for cryptographic module validation as well as for Common Criteria evaluations in the US
A TVLA test is applied to verify the security of our McEliece cryptographic algorithm, and is successfully used in a first-order side-channel analysis [22].
Kamolphiwong, "Accelerating asymmetric-key cryptography using Parallel-key Cryptographic Algorithm (PCA)," 2009 6th International Conference on Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications and Information Technology, pp.
Blockchain technology, by using Cryptographic Algorithm Hash Function, allows for cryptocurrencies to be stored, traded and exchanged on a digital public ledger.
People have done a lot of research on the high-speed design and implementation of cryptographic algorithm itself, as well as heterogeneous multicore crypto processors.
It is an asymmetric cryptographic algorithm. Asymmetric means that there are two alternate keys.
ABSTRACT: A5/1 stream cipher is a type of cryptographic algorithm which is widely used for encryption of the GSM communication.
RSA Crypto-Algorithm is well-known and widely used public key cryptographic algorithm due to the prominent level of proven security which depends on the difficulty of large integer factorization problem.
The encrypting and decrypting algorithm analytic technology [3] is based on the characteristic of cryptographic algorithm only identifies partial characteristics of the algorithm, but fails to do detailed analysis on the information such as data, cryptographic key, pattern, etc.
The computational cost of a cryptographic algorithm (encryption and decryption) depends on a number of properties such as the size of the cryptographic key, internal state, block size and number of rounds [4] [5] [6].
In integrating TLS 1.2 into SharkSSL, Real Time Logic implements the stronger cryptographic algorithm, improved encryption, and superior message authentication proven to secure TCP/IP communications at the enterprise level into the small, resource-constrained footprint of an embedded device.
A cryptographic algorithm combined with a communication system result in a cryptographic system.

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