• June 25, 2008 25 Jun'08

    asymmetric cryptography (public-key cryptography)

    Asymmetric cryptography is cryptography in which a pair of keys is used to encrypt and decrypt a message so that it arrives securely. Initially, a network user requests a public and private key pair. A user who wants to send an encrypted message ...  Continue Reading

  • June 25, 2008 25 Jun'08

    asymmetric algorithm

    Asymmetric cryptography is cryptography in which a pair of keys is used to encrypt and decrypt a message so that it arrives securely. Initially, a network user requests a public and private key pair. A user who wants to send an encrypted message ...  Continue Reading

  • June 25, 2008 25 Jun'08

    public-key cryptography

    Asymmetric cryptography is cryptography in which a pair of keys is used to encrypt and decrypt a message so that it arrives securely. Initially, a network user requests a public and private key pair. A user who wants to send an encrypted message ...  Continue Reading

  • June 25, 2008 25 Jun'08

    asymmetric cryptography

    Asymmetric cryptography is cryptography in which a pair of keys is used to encrypt and decrypt a message so that it arrives securely. Initially, a network user requests a public and private key pair. A user who wants to send an encrypted message ...  Continue Reading

  • June 25, 2008 25 Jun'08

    public key cryptography

    Asymmetric cryptography is cryptography in which a pair of keys is used to encrypt and decrypt a message so that it arrives securely. Initially, a network user requests a public and private key pair. A user who wants to send an encrypted message ...  Continue Reading

  • June 25, 2008 25 Jun'08

    Srizbi botnet blamed for malicious spam surge

    A sharp rise in the volume of malicious spam this month can be largely attributed to the Srizbi botnet, according to researchers at Marshal. Spam intended to infect users' computers with malware ...  Continue Reading

  • June 25, 2008 25 Jun'08

    Yahoo Mail flaw found and fixed

    Researchers at Cenzic discovered a vulnerability in Yahoo Mail that could allow attackers to steal Yahoo identities and potentially access users’ sensitive information. The company, a Web ...  Continue Reading

  • June 25, 2008 25 Jun'08

    Microsoft tools won't be quick fix for SQL injection attacks

    Microsoft's security advisory will help raise awareness about secure software coding, but it won't stop the onslaught of SQL injection attacks, experts say.  Continue Reading

  • June 25, 2008 25 Jun'08

    Database patch denial: How 'critical' are Oracle's CPUs?

    A recent survey found that a considerable number of users are outright rejecting Oracle's Critical Patch Updates, perhaps suggesting database administrators feel comfortable with their security defenses or find Oracle's patches to be more of a ...  Continue Reading

  • June 25, 2008 25 Jun'08

    Next wave of security will be defined by metrics, analysts say

    Not enough security pros are tracking the successes of their security programs and properly articulating their value to senior level management.  Continue Reading

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