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RSA

An electronic encryption system used in banking operations. Proposed by Ron Rivest, Adi Shamir, and Leonard Adleman in 1977.
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Information integrity: it is concluded from the characteristics of RSA algorithm that if the message has been tampered with during transmission, the summary B get is different from the one decrypted by A's public key in order to determine whether the information issued by A bas been tampered [2].
Elliptic Curve Cryptography offers dramatic efficiency improvements over the RSA algorithm for the future cryptographic strength requirements of the industry.
Represented by the equation "c = m(e) mod n," the RSA algorithm is widely considered the standard for encryption and the core technology that secures the vast majority of the e-business conducted on the Internet.
For example, newly approved public key cryptographic solutions, such as elliptic curve, can now be seamlessly integrated with the RSA algorithm into toolkits and products to provide a wider range of solutions and a higher assurance environment for conducting business over the Internet.
for authenticating TCP/IP addresses using the RSA algorithm.
The release of the RSA algorithm to the public domain will finally allow the IETF to adopt uniform cryptographic standards," said David Thompson, research analyst with META Group.
Public key cryptography relies primarily on the RSA algorithms with 1024- and 2048-bit mathematics required.
Elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) is the only public key used in Suite B, and therefore, is quickly replacing RSA algorithms as the de facto public key used in security mechanisms.
A longtime licensee of RSA Security, Adobe relies on RSA BSAFE Crypto-C software to embed the RC4 and RSA algorithms into the company's Adobe Acrobat Reader software, which is incorporated across the Adobe product line.
Intel's Itanium processor family architecture incorporates unique features to provide breakthrough performance on RSA algorithms, especially in the commonly used SSL authentication process for establishing secure e-commerce transactions.
Skype software is built upon a robust Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and incorporates industry standard advanced encryption technology that uses 256-bit AES, SHA-1 and RSA algorithms.
SPYRUS seeks to drive the market transition from the legacy DES, SHA-1, and RSA algorithms towards next-generation public-key security with more powerful products that deliver demonstrably stronger security and ease of use with a lower cost of ownership.