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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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The power of the RSA Encryption that is embedded into the Clearview Platform ensures application security.
a wholly owned subsidiary of Security Dynamics, is a leading supplier of software components that secure electronic data, with more than 400 million copies of RSA encryption and authentication technologies installed worldwide.
1, the first Java-based Transaction Layer Security (TLS) protocol developer's kit offering trusted RSA encryption.
This support for multiple cryptographic libraries on one server enables the server to use RSA encryption to interoperate with Internet-based applications and take advantage of established RSA infrastructure and hardware security module (HSM) support, as well as ECC encryption technology to ensure fast signing of digital signatures on devices.
and WOKINGHAM, England, March 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Continuing its commitment to bring full-strength RSA encryption products to the global marketplace, RSA Data Security, Inc.
The chip will host a co-processor supporting RSA encryption with 1024-bit key length.
SafeNet PCI provides cryptographic acceleration throughput for IPSec operations such as DES and Triple-DES encryption, MD-5 or SHA-1 Hashing, Random Number Generation, and Public Key computations - including Diffie-Hellman key negotiation, RSA encryption & digital signatures, and DSA digital signatures.
Castanet married RSA encryption, SSL technology, a market-proven protocol, and byte-level differencing capabilities into one product that does all the things we needed it to do," said Raul Diaz, vice president of business development at InterVideo.
Enhanced 2048-bit RSA encryption and Identrus-compliance makes it the ideal portable ID device for securing B2B and B2C e-commerce transactions and network access.
LCS members and alumni have been instrumental in the invention of the ARPANET, the Internet, Ethernet, the World Wide Web, time-shared computers, RSA encryption, and dozens of other technologies.