Understanding the basics of algorithms and basic security applications
Understanding the basics of algorithms and basic security applications.
@ Articles -> Encryption May 28 2002 - 20:32 EST
gregory_a_e writes: Simply put, this article is a brief overview of algorithms. What they are, how they tie into computers.
By no means is this a technical article, nor an obscure tutorial of some sort, so if you're expecting to learn the specifics of
cryptography and algorithms, I'm sorry to say you won't find it here. If you do become interested in the subject, I would suggest
some reading material that is suitable. Applied Cryptography and Digi...Trying to understand
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> Someone just hit me over 70 times inside 3 minutes on TCP ports over
> 63700 from 18.104.22.168. I dropped my connection and picked up a new
> IP, but is there really anything other than an attempt to invade my box
> that this kind of activity could be? J...trying and trying
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