Asymmetric Encryption

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Q: In an asymmetric encryption scheme, any user may create an encrypted message, but only an administrator with a private key can decrypt messages. Which of the below are examples of asymmetric encryption, a scheme in which any user could encrypt messages through a public key? (Choose 2.)

a. PGP (Pretty Good Privacy)

b. 3DES, or Triple DES

c. RSA, an algorithm for public-key cryptology

d. SHA1, or secure hash algorithm (designed by the U.S. National Security Agency)

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