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Military-grade encryption on Blu-ray discs?

BD-Rs do not natively support strong password-based encryption. They are merely a medium that data can be stored on. DRM in video is the closest you'd get to encryption, and it is designed simply to ...
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How does bitlocker work when unlocking a removable drive on another PC using a password?

BitLocker defaults to using 128-bit AES for encryption, and can be configured to use 256-bit AES. The data is not directly encrypted with the key stored in the TPM nor with the password, but those are ...
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P-384 vs. SHA384

These are two different ciphersuites. With regard to ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384 - the SHA384 component is the hashing algorithm used to ensure data integrity during the TLS handshake With ...
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Does my receiver have a public key for email encryption?

I figured it out. Even if receiver's service could generate his public key and hand it over to me for encrypting the letter, then this service would also have the private key and thus be able to ...
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Does my receiver have a public key for email encryption?

So if I have a public key, will my receiver's email service automatically generate a public key for his mailbox so that my letter to him could be encrypted? No, it would be like shipping a letter to ...
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