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- adverb in a
cryptographicmanner; using cryptography; for cryptographic purposes
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- adverb in a cryptographic manner
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M_Random is a REAL Studio/REALbasic module that will call the cryptographically strong native random number functions within each OS.
In other words, about as cryptographically perfect a voting system as possible.
– Use a cryptographically secure random number generator (literal coin tosses if necessary) in conjunction with a smart algorithm to choose the location of the above unsecured connection without human bias or discernable pattern, and never go to the same placetwice.
Zappos, which has 24 million customer accounts, said data accessed in the attack may have included names, email addresses, the last four digits of credit-card numbers and "cryptographically scrambled" passwords, but not users' actual passwords.
Work units could be cryptographically stamped with the who, what, when, where, for how long, etc.
–Use a cryptographically secure random number generator literal coin tosses if necessary in conjunction with a smart algorithm to choose the location of the above unsecured connection without human bias or discernable pattern, and never go to the same placetwice.
Theoretically, we could have p2p distributed computing projects that cryptographically verify the trustworthiness of their work.
I think it was from Bruce Schneier that I learned that the most difficult aspect of a cryptographically secure communication system is key distribution.
Where that big number is a randomly generated value with a cryptographically reasonable number of digits so that it's statistically impossible to guess it?
I'm sure the NSA could cook up a cryptographically secure version for Mr. Obama to use.
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