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hpr1390 :: 02 - Encryption Basics

The fundamentals of encryption and asymmetric public key cryptography

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Hosted by Ahuka on Friday 2013-11-29 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: encryption,cryptography,"asymmetric public key cryptography",RSA.

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Part of the series: Privacy and Security

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In this episode of our Privacy and Security series we look at the fundamentals of encryption and how it has developed over the centuries. We will also develop a basic idea of the current asymmetric public key cryptography.

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Comment #1 posted on 2014-06-27T00:45:45Z by pokey

Loved it

I really enjoyed this episode. Not only do you have a "phone book quality" voice (verifiable), but you also filled in several blank spaces in my understanding of encryption. I have a much better understanding now than before I listened. Thank you for another great episode.

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