Types of encryption which are most secure
Encryption is process of translating data into another form so that people with secret key are only one to access the data.
Encryption is process of translating data into another form so that people with secret key are only one to access the data. Encrypted data is reffered to as ciphertext whereas unencrypted data is reffered as plaintext. Currently encryption is one of most secure and best process in the organisation. Two main encryption process include symmetric and asymmetric.Basic purpose of data encryption is to ensure confidentiality of the data on transit.
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Types of encryption
a.triple DES triple DES has been designed so as to replace standard encryption standard alogirthm.The triple DES normally use three keys with 56 keys each.Triple DES is widely used to manage hardware encryption
b.RSA is a public encryption and also standard encryption algorithm for encrpting data sent over internet.RSA is considered to be asymmetric algorithm because it uses pair of keys. You use public key to encrypt data and also private key to decrypt the message, Hence this makes hackers to take time before hacking the message.
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c.Blowfish is another algorithm designed to replace DES, the symmetric cipher breaks the message into 64 bits and encrypt each message individually, blowfish are found in range of softwares that can be applied in e-commerce to encrypt payment systems etc
d.Twofish Bruce Schneier a computer expert is mastermind behind the invention of blowfish invention. Key used may add upto 256 bits length , blowfish is one of fastest kind of encryption algorithm,Blowfish can be used in both hardware and software setup.
e.AES It is standard algorithm trusted by many organisations across the world. AES can use 192 bits and 252 bits keys for heavy encryption. AES is considered best for encryption due to fact it is considered in many private sectors.
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