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“In 1976, three men--Whitfield Diffie, Martin Hellman, and Ralph Merkle--developed a technology that's now vital to the Internet and e-commerce, namely public-key cryptography.”
“It's even got a nice long public-key signature to prove it's legit.”
“FWIW, I think when you say “most modern cryptographic systems in wide use are based on a certain mathematical asymmetry,” you actually mean most public-key cryptographic systems are based on one-way functions — and one in particular (RSA) is based on building one-way functions out of the presumed hardness of factoring large numbers.”
“IANAE, but my understanding is that a lot of cryptographic protocols use a public-key system to exchange session-specific private keys, which are then used for all further communication …”
““But if the public-key system is so safe, how did Olam decode that message?””
“A quantum computer could break public-key codes, which are now considered unbreakable.”
“But you can solve the problem by using public-key cryptography, which is the kind of encryption you see on the Internet.”
“Thanks to that crazy man Loebner, no public-key encryption system is safe anymore.”
“The IDF and the Pentagon use public-key systems to secure their classified data networks.”
“In contrast, cases involving new technologies such as wireless networks, public-key encryption, and data-mining technologies raise more complicated issues.”
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