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cryptography

(krip-tog′ră-fē) [ crypt- + -graphy]
The science and techniques of concealing or disguising information through encoding and decoding. In the health professions cryptography is used to ensure the confidentiality of medical records.
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If you used a cryptographically strong algorithm to shuffle decks of cards on an online gambling site, then even after I played hundreds of poker hands, I wouldn't be able to predict anything at all about the next hand" says Wagner.
Built on patented technology and secure hashing algorithms, Surety's AbsoluteProof(SM) is the only long-lived, cryptographically verifiable data integrity service in the world.
The service's Sure ID, a cryptographically secure serial number assigned to each record, will also be used as part of the naming procedures that will help scholars accurately identify each digital document.
The specific reference data for each Legal Entity is cryptographically concealed at each institution using a process called hashing.
Investors now hold their notes, cryptographically confirmed, on the ILSBlockchain.
com (NASDAQ: OSTK), focusing on the development and commercialisation of financial technology based on cryptographically secured, decentralised ledgers (blockchain technologies).
All the recognition happens locally first - then Passport cryptographically authenticates you with compatible services.
Today's Wi-Fi networks are all using cryptographically sound encryption," says Vladimir Katalov, ElcomSoft CEO.
Without the DNS root being cryptographically signed via DNSSEC, the Internet's top-level domains aren't safe from attack even if they deploy DNSSEC.
It also features protection from inadvertently reinstalling old key values, an encrypted transport of the master key and a cryptographically signed message after a successful key transfer.
The new version makes it possible to create and work with cryptographically secured directories on the Pocket PC, to alter and set password access, to scan files and databases for objects containing viruses and to remove infected objects and copy them to a special "Infected" catalog.
The panel's report also touches on such issues as archiving and preservation, protecting material cryptographically, allowing fair use, and maintaining access to government information.
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