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Finding the Balance of Confidence and Cryptography

The bigger they are, the harder they fall. In chapter one of The Code Bookby Simon Singh, Singh states that “…a weak encryption can be worse than no encryption at all” (Singh, 41). When it comes to cryptography, this could not be more true. A successfully encrypted message should only be decipherable to the intended […] Continue reading

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