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i want to learn working of DES, AES, RSA encryption algorithm.also teach me how secure socket layer (SSL) encrypt data.Can you tell about weaknesess of these algorithm on basis of some factors like security, speed you know about any other technology for data hiding like stegno graphy, elliptic curve?which one is a better, secure, fast technology for message or data encryption and why? i need material o that. please help other question if user want to encrypt data for security purpose before sending it in any external environment through internet?which methodology will be better to adopt and it should more secure and faster encryption of data? please explain in detail if any one has some knowledge?
Posted 1-Feb-13 10:32am
Updated 1-Feb-13 10:39am

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It doesn't quite work that way. What you need to do is perform searches on each of the topics you wish to learn and then read, read, read and code, code, code. The topics you are asking about are far too large in scope for a simple Q&A answer here. Besides, if you don't have enough interest to go out and do research yourself (and no, asking us to do it for you isn't research) then why should we want to spend the effort.
seemazaib 2-Feb-13 1:44am
Thanx for reply but i did not get any satisfactory i did not want to go in a deep i only want to understand the steps of work like example i read about S-boxes are weak its true?i only want to clear my own concept.i want to make my own base. i read from some where SSL is not much how it encrypt data?
fjdiewornncalwe 2-Feb-13 8:45am
Again, my answer may not be satisfactory to you because you don't want to do deeply into it. If you just want to implement it, then just find a simple installation tutorial and go from there. If you want to know about weaknesses and in depth information like that, then you will have no choice but to go in deep with the research.

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