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  • Final Exam / Answer No. 3

    E-mail Security School Final Exam / Answer No. 3 

  • Final Exam / Answer No. 5

    E-mail Security School Final Exam 

  • Final Exam / Answer No. 1

    E-mail Security School Final Exam / Answer No. 1 

  • Final Exam / Answer No. 2

    E-mail Security School Final Exam / Answer No. 2 

  • Quiz: Cryptography

    OK, boys and girls! Do you have your secret decoder handy? Here's this week's special message. OK, boys and girls! Do you have your secret decoder handy? Here's this week's special message." (Radio message to subscribed members of the Lone Ranger Clu... 

  • one-time pad

    In cryptography, a one-time pad is a system in which a private key generated randomly is used only once to encrypt a message that is then decrypted by the receiver using a matching one-time pad and key. 

  • ROT-13

    ROT-13 is the encrypting of a message by exchanging each of the letters on the first half of the alphabet with the corresponding letter in the second half of the alphabet (that is, swapping positions by 13 characters). 

  • International Data Encryption Algorithm (IDEA)

    IDEA (International Data Encryption Algorithm) is an encryption algorithm developed at ETH in Zurich, Switzerland. 

  • Adding email authentication and encryption with S/MIME

    Joel Snyder reviews the encryption and authentication benefits of S/MIMe and how the Secure MIME standard can enhance email security. 

  • Filling SMTP gaps -- The secrets to using e-mail standards

    Learn how to use TLS and S/MIME to strengthen your e-mail security.