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“What this means is that the transactions stored in these well implemented cryptocurrency blockchains are essentially unhackable and tamper-proof. Since each blockchain transaction is also digitally signed using public key cryptography, these blockchains ...”

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“If public / private keys don’t make sense, you can imagine them as the public key being your bank account number, and your private key being your PIN or other identifying information. You can give someone your account number, and they can deposit money ...”

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“PGP and GPG are two programs which make use of public key cryptography to send files securely.”

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“Last week, I posted an article featuring images from my slides based on Panayotis Vryonis’ clever way to explain public-key cryptography, a.k.a. asymmetric cryptography, to non-techies, as covered in his blog post, Public-key cryptography for non-geeks. ...”

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“Yesterday, I wrote about my favorite way to explain public-key crypto to non-techies. It’s a clever analogy that Panayotis Vryonis devised and put forth in his blog entry, Public-key cryptography for non-geeks.”

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