Cryptosystem

There are two different meanings of the word cryptosystem. One is used by the cryptographic community, while the other is the meaning understood by the public.

Read more about Cryptosystem:  General Meaning, Meaning in The Context of Cryptography, "Cryptographic System" Vs. "cryptosystem"

Other articles related to "cryptosystem, cryptosystems":

Niederreiter Cryptosystem
... In cryptography, the Niederreiter cryptosystem is a variation of the McEliece Cryptosystem developed in 1986 by Harald Niederreiter ...
Hybrid Cryptosystem
... In cryptography, public-key cryptosystems are convenient in that they do not require the sender and receiver to share a common secret in order to ... more inefficient than comparable symmetric-key cryptosystems ... In many applications, the high cost of encrypting long messages in a public-key cryptosystem can be prohibitive ...
Benaloh Cryptosystem
... The Benaloh Cryptosystem is an extension of the Goldwasser-Micali cryptosystem (GM) created in 1994 by Josh (Cohen) Benaloh ... The main improvement of the Benaloh Cryptosystem over GM is that longer blocks of data can be encrypted at once, whereas in GM each bit is encrypted individually ...
Naccache–Stern Knapsack Cryptosystem
... The Naccache–Stern Knapsack Cryptosystem is an atypical public-key cryptosystem developed by David Naccache and Jacques Stern in 1997 ... This cryptosystem is deterministic, and hence is not semantically secure ...
Cryptosystem - "Cryptographic System" Vs. "cryptosystem"
... Glossary RFC 2828 dissuades from using the term "cryptosystem", giving the following definitions ... cryptosystem (D) ISDs SHOULD NOT use this term as an abbreviation for cryptographic system ...