Annotated Bibliography On The Security Of The Age Of Internet

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1. Introduction
Security in the age of internet has become a tremendously important issue to provide comfort not only for paranoid people but for many others who are naïve to believe that protection in digital era is essential to communication between millions of people that increasingly used as a tool for commerce.
There are many aspects to security and applications, from secure commerce and payment to private communications and protecting passwords. Cryptography, is the practice and study in securing communication between parties in the presence of potential adversaries (Yousuf, N.D.). This report focuses on modern methods of cryptography its operation, strengths and weaknesses, its application techniques in computing and some other aspects where cryptography deemed essential as discussed in this report.
Moreover, it is important to note that while cryptography is necessary for secure communications, this report is not by itself sufficient. The reader is advice then, that the topics covered in this paper only describe the first of the many steps necessary for better security in a number of situations.

The practice and study in securing communication between parties in presence of potential adversaries. A cryptographic algorithm or cipher is a mathematical function used in a plaintext in the encryption and decryption process. A cryptographic algorithm works in combination with a key (number, word, or phrase) to encrypt the plaintext. The same plaintext also…
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