Encryption

Encryption
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  • Alan had never heard of Encryption before. He thought that maybe he should at least take a look.
  • Encryption? What's that?
  • Free Encryptions.
  • Can you tell me, what is Encryption?
  • Well, encryption is the process of scrambling messages sent over a computer so that only the receiver can understand it.
  • Ah, ok. But why do we encrypt these messages?
  • Well, we do this to stop people we wouldn't want reading these messages, for example Hackers.
  • There are also different types of encryptions each with different strengths.
  • These include: WEP: This type of Encryption is rarely used anymore as it is easily cracked in minutes with todays technology. WPA: This was made to replace WEP, this encryption type is used more often than WEP but isn't the best encryption type and can still be cracked overtime. WPA2: This is the improved WPA and the strongest encryption type currently, most devices use this encryption type such as Routers in homes.
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