How-To Geek

Private-key Cryptography

In a private-key cryptographic scheme, the same key is used to encrypt the data as is used to decrypt the data. Although there  is an inherent security risk with private-key encryption schemes as all parties must share the same key in order for the system to function, there are several widely adopted private-key encryption schemes, including TwoFish and AES.

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