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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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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].
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 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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