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Prentice Hall, Inc.
Public key encryption:
A third party
issues two keys for a person and then
manages the keys.
is meant to be kept secret
and is used by the person to send and
receive encrypted messages.
it is made public and can be
used by anyone to send an encrypted
message to the person with the private
key, or to read messages from that
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