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Generate Public and Private Keys using PuTTYgen

Start the PuTTYgen utility, by double-clicking on its .exe file

For Type of key to generate, select RSA. In the Number of bits in a generated key field, specify either 2048 or 4096 (increasing the bits makes it harder to crack the key by brute-force methods). 72 more words

All About SSL(Secure Sockets layer)

In this article I am going to explain some basics of SSL . This blog is basically meant for those people who are not familiar with SSL, especially in combination with WebLogic. 900 more words

Difference Between Trust Store And Identity Store

A Novel Authenticated Cipher for RFID Systems

Zahra Jeddi, Esmaeil Amini and Magdy Bayoumi

The Centre for Advanced Computer Studies, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, 133 more words

Cryptographic Protocols

WTF is an Airdrop? (Phần 1)

Một airdrop cho một đồng tiền mã hóa là một thủ tục phân phát token bằng cách thưởng token cho những người đang nắm giữ của một đồng coin blockchain nào đó ví dụ như Bitcoin hay Ethereum. 1,659 more words

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RSA Encryption Matlab code

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Get the code from here:
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Watch code from here:

This code implements RSA encryption algorithm in matlab which depend on generating very large prime numbers (there is an implemented function to generate the prime numbers randomely), these numbere are used as encryption and decryption keys using the RSA algorithm for encryption and by seperating keys as private and public as explained in the video. 63 more words

How to verify whether a private key matches with the SSL certificate ?

This is a very common question that comes to our mind while setting up SSL in our applications. How to verify whether the key matches with the SSL certificate ? 122 more words

Tips And Tricks

On Leaving the Poor Box Unattended

It’s difficult to think what the advantages and new possibilities are for blockchain because we don’t think about strangers being trusted partners, especially on the internet.  254 more words

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