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Cryptography

 Cryptography before the modern era was synonymous with encryption, the conversion of information into a readable state into a non-sensitive one. The sender of an encrypted message shares the decoding technique with only the intended recipients to prevent access to adversaries. The cryptography literature often uses the names Alice ("A") for the sender, Bob ("B") for the intended recipient and Eve ("eavesdropper"). Since the development of rotor encryption machines during the First World War and the advent of computers in the Second World War, the methods used to perform cryptology have become more and more. Current cryptography is emphatically upheld numerical hypothesis and PC practice; Cryptographic calculations are structured round the figuring of hardness of presumptions, which make these calculations hard to rehearse in any foe. It is hypothetically conceivable to break such a framework, yet it is difficult to do as such by any known pragmatic methods.

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