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Pki: Implementing and Managing E-Security by Andrew Nash

By Andrew Nash

It is a advisor to imposing and realizing PKI expertise. It positive factors case stories of PKI implementation and deployment, and gives a step by step plan which addresses making plans, deploying and value of possession with PKI.

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At least that is the way it will be temporarily, because Mom’s pie does not last long. I always associate Mom’s peppermint stick pie with the holidays—probably because that is the only time of year she makes them. While some people’s heads are filled with visions of dancing sugarplums during the holidays, mine is filled of visions of spoons laden with Mom’s gooey, chocolaty, minty pie. This description of the contents of my cranium will no doubt come back to haunt me. You might be wondering why I am talking about Mom’s peppermint stick pie in a book that is focusing on public key systems and security.

In a way, 120,955 is a fingerprint for the equation (483,820 divided by 4). No matter how many times you divide 483,820 by 4, you always get 120,955. If you changed either number in the equation by any amount, the division would not produce 120,955. Alternatively, if I handed you the number 120,955, but did 40 PKI Implementing and Managing E-Security not tell you any further information, you would be unlikely to tell me what the original equation was, since there are an infinite number of divisions that could have produced the same result.

Poor random number generators will tend to select certain values or skip other values within the key space, and as a result, reduce the effective number of bits in the key. This will in turn reduce the strength of the encryption. The best sources for random numbers involve a piece of hardware designed to emit truly random numbers. Some events in nature are truly random. If one counts the time between cosmic ray hits on a Geiger counter, you can derive good random numbers. I once saw a Web site where a Lava Lamp was used to generate random numbers.

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