How do you decrypt a data file to that has been encrypted with the users public key?
When you reference a "public key" you are implying that the file has been encrypted using "asymmetric cryptography". In asymmetric cryptography, encryption and decryption depend on a key PAIR. The user retains their private key and publishes their public key. Anyone can encrypt a file using the user's public key and send it to them. The only person who should be able to decrypt a file encrypted with that public key is the holder of the private key - which, unless the user has made the mistake of sharing their private key - means that only the original user can decrypt the messages sent to them. Most of the asymmetric encryption algorithms use pretty much the same method to decrypt that was used to encrypt, but use the "other" key from the key pair. Messages encrypted using the private key can only be decrypted using the public key - which provides some authentication that the message indeed came from the holder of the private key. Messages encrypted using the public key can only be decrypted by the holder of the private key, so messages sent to them should be secure.
This really depends on how they have been encrypted, and which software tool they have been encrypted with. Usually, however, encrypted files are decrypted by entering a password.
In all forms of asymmetric encryption that I am familiar with, a pair of related keys are used (ie. two keys). One key is used for encryption and the other is used for decryption. The two keys are referred to as the Public key and the Private key. The Public key is published for the world to see and use for sending messages to the holder of the Private key and for decrypting and authenticating… Read More
The questions is not really which key is more secure - rather it is a question of "can you determine the private key if you know the public key?" Public and private keys are associated with asymmetric cryptography. They are generated as a pair. The security comes from the difficulty in determining the private key if you already know the public key and have some cyphertext that the private key has been applied to or… Read More
encrypted file - a file that has been rendered unreadable by encryption, it still contains the same information but cannot be read until decrypted password - a secret word used to prove that one has permission to go someplace or read certain things Sometimes the word password is used to refer to the keyword used to encrypt/decrypt things.
An encrypted hard disk is a disk that has been coded in order for it not to be burned.
Yes, there are several algorithms for data compression, that is, store data in less space than it usually needs. However, not all data can be encrypted. Encryption basically takes advantage of some sort of repetition in data; once all repetition has been eliminated, data can be encrypted no more. Yes, there are several algorithms for data compression, that is, store data in less space than it usually needs. However, not all data can be encrypted… Read More
The following steps will help you: # Learn to spell encryption. # Figure out which encryption code it is that you want decrypted, because there are millions of possible things to encrypt. # Figure out how the thing that you want decrypted IS encrypted; i.e. which algorithm has been used to encrypt the data. # Get a program that already knows how to decrypt something that uses said algorithm. If you find such a program… Read More
When one key is used for encryption and a different key is used for decryption this is call asymmetric cryptography. A good example of this is PGP (pretty good privacy). PGP is used to secure email. It accomplishes this by generating a pair of keys for each user. After the keys have been generated each user shares one key their public key and keeps their privet key secret. When someone wants to email a person… Read More
For some time it has been common practice to protect and tansport a key for DES encryption with triple-DES (3DES). The function follows an encrypt-decrypt-encrypt (EDE) sequence. Decrypt sequence is simply the same (encrypt) operation with the keys reversed.
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A will becomes a public document when it has been presented to the probate court for allowance. A will that hasn't been probated is not a public document.
Institutional users are then able derive interpretation that leads to conclusions and implications.
Anabolic steroid users have been known to act Passively. True or False if its false then how do anabolic steroid users have been known to act?
To say all steroid users act in any one particular way would be incorrect. Sometimes when steroids are abused aggressive behaviour can be noted, but this occurs in less than 5% of all steroid users. Generally there is no noticeable change in the behaviour of steroid users.
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Public key cryptography is also called asymmetric cryptography. In this cryptography technique there are two parts of key . These two parts are a) secret key and b) public key.
In cryptography a cipher is a code used to encrypt or decrypt a coded message. The cipher is the "key" that unlocks the message. So a message (or computer file) that has been encryption coded has been ciphered and must be decoded (deciphered) before it can be read.
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This means the credit card information has been scrambled. In other words, it has been coded to not be read by others. It is a security measure to help protect consumers online.
Public utilities are public areas that the public can use. They have been provided for the community in which we as people have the rights to use.
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That depends on whether you use a symmetric (shared key) or asymmetric (public/private key pair) algorithm. If you use a symmetric key, it means both people have the same key which has been pre-shared via some secure means. In that case, only one key is required; both parties in the communication use the same key to encrypt and decrypt all messages. If you use an asymmetric key algorithm, it takes at least 4 keys total… Read More
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No. A trust does not become public unless it has been recorded in the land records or is set forth in a will that has been probated.
England and Wales Once they have been executed, they become public records. United States Once a will has been filed for probate it becomes a public record.
Knowing that encrypted information can only be viewed by those who have been provided the key is an example of which protection?
Confidentiality The other alternatives: Integrity, Availability, Non-Repudiation - don't fit
Force has rarely been effective.
Flying in a plane has always been open to the public.
Security in e-banking has been enhanced in a continuous process. One of the ways that key players are achieving this is by using encrypted serves to transfer data.
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The exact mathematics of the encryption differ depending on the algorithm used, but in principle, this is how it works. An algorithm is used to generate a pair of keys that are related mathematically. In many cases they are factors of a very large number. One of the keys is the Public key, which is published to a key registry. The other is the Private key which is held by the owner alone. The important… Read More
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40% of computer users have been infected by a virus.
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Try Espionage from Taoeffect It's encryption software which also works with applications. Applications which have been encrypted require a password to open them.
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As far as I have been able to search - DECT phones are encrypted BUT it's a weak encryption using 35 & 64 bits. It's (apparently) fairly easy to 'impersonate' a base station with other equipment - allowing calls to be monitored and/or recorded ! I'm assuming there will be future developments to counteract this weakness - otherwise it's pointless having a DECT cordless phone !
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The concept of antivirus antispam is to eliminate the number of emails that one recieves that have been encrypted with a virus. This can be dangerous to the health of your computer and can also send personal information to a third party.