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“IPv6, on the other hand, uses 128-bit addresses and supports a virtually unlimited number of devices -- 2 to the 128th power.”
“This must be from those marketing geniuses who said the Sega Dreamcast was 128-bit.”
“IPv6, on the other hand, uses 128-bit addresses and supports a virtually unlimited number of devices – 2 to the 128th power.”
“Indian authorities are insisting upon 40 bits encryption for long whereas anything below 128-bit encryption is equivalent to no encryption at all.”
“ It ' s got 128-bit encryption, and when you ' re thinking about security of our members ' personal information, that had to be our No. 1 priority, " he said.”
“We're not IT experts or anything, but when Chase writes that "all your account information is protected by 128-bit encryption to maintain the privacy and confidentiality of your data," shouldn't that mean a little lock icon on the browser window, and an https address?”
“All forms and sensitive information on the site are encrypted with full 128-bit SSL security.”
“My handwriting is a new level of illegible. 128-bit encryption has nothing on my chicken-scratch.”
“IPv6, on the other hand, uses 128-bit addresses and supports a virtually unlimited number of devices: 2 to the 128th power.”
“Like mu-chips, which have been used as an anti-counterfeit measure in admission tickets, the new chips have a 128-bit ROM for storing a unique 38-digit ID number.”
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