Encryption key size-cryptography, Computer Network Security

Encryption Key Size

When using ciphers, the size of crypto variable or key is quite important as the strength of many encryption applications and cryptosystems were measured by key size used to encrypt and decrypt. Table given below shows the Encryption Key Power

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For cryptosystems, security of encrypted data is not dependent on keeping encrypting algorithm secret. Cryptosystem security is dependent on keeping some or all the elements of cryptovariable(s) or key(s) secret.

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