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public key

An encryption key that can be made public or sent by ordinary means such as an email message. See private key for more details.
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The Oman eVisa account of the ROP tweeted, 'We are pleased to announce that the eVisa system will use a PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) feature to enhance security and to be used by sponsors and public relations officers (PROs) applying for sponsored visas.'
CertiPath, Zeva, and Safe-BioPharma are in digital identity and public key enablement in highly regulated industries.
The corresponding public key is located inside the application to verify the purchase confirmation later during the In-app Billing service.
Public-key cryptography is used for securely exchanging symmetric keys, and for digitally authenticating 6 or signing 6 messages, documents and certificates that pair public keys with their owners' identities.
Nevertheless, this scheme suffers from an efficiency issue as the scheme's public key with the complexity of O([[lambda].sup.10]) is too large for any practical system [24].
Called 'The Quantum Revolution: Security Implications and Considerations', the white paper outlines security issues raised by quantum computing and introduces the identity-based public key cryptography MIKEY-SAKKE as a good candidate to be made quantum-safe.
In Bitcoin system, each user has a private and public key pair to sign the transactions for coin transfers, and the address to uniquely identify a user is represented by a cryptographic hash of the public key for the respective user.
such as certificates, private and public keys in order to securely log on or
Within the broader cyber security community there has been a great deal of work done on cryptographic protocols [11], public key cryptography [16], public key infrastructure and role based access control [17, 10, and 2].
Called SSL for Secure Sockets Layer, this familiar data-in-motion standard is what's known as a "public key" crypto system.

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