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Re: What is the meaning of BIT in Encryption
From: "Anders Reed-Mohn" <anders_rm () utepils com>
Date: Thu, 20 Nov 2003 11:27:48 +0100

What is the meaning of BIT in Encryption ?

hmm.. unless that is some acronym I never heard before, 
a bit in encryption is just a bit..  as in "eight bits make a byte".

How is asymmetric encrytion work? Is there a simple ducument to
describe this kind of encryption?

There a probably a million.
Try this:  go to www.howstuffworks.com and use the search function
to search for:    public key cryptography

That will give you quite a lot to start with.


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