Asymmetric Key (Public Key)

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What is an Asymmetric Key (Public Key)?

An Asymmetric Key (public key) is a security measure that uses two keys to ensure the confidentiality of a message. One key encrypts the message, while the other key decrypts it.


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1. Practice Question

2. Practice Question

3. 0P3N – Cryptography Outline   Format: Article

4. Lesson – Asymmetric Crypto Functions  Format: Video

5. Lesson – Symmetric vs Asymmetric Encryption   Format: Video

 

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