cryptographically cryptographically

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a cryptographic manner

News

  1. ComiXology suffers security breach, requires password reset

    Digital comic book retailer ComiXology is asking all of its customers to reset their passwords, as a precautionary measure following an intrusion. An e-mail sent to users of the comic book store and reader app states that an "unauthorized individual" had gained access to a database containing usernames, e-mail addresses, and "cryptographically protected" passwords....        
    on March 7, 2014     Source: MacNN

  2. SecondMarket CEO Explains How He Wants to Help Bitcoin Grow Up

    Bitcoin is in an odd spot. The cryptographically generated digital currency is becoming big enough in the financial and tech world to spawn alarming headlines when the largest Bitcoin wallet and exchange essentially collapsed, as happened last week when the Mt. Gox exchange and wallet stopped letting people withdraw currency. But ask people outside of tech and financial centers, and most of them ...
    on March 4, 2014     Source: CIO

Quotes

  • "By the time we get to future, hopefully all e-mail messages will be (cryptographically) signed, but today nobody is signing e-mails at all," Wong said.
    on May 21, 2004 By: Meng Weng Wong Source: InfoWorld

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