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DES Encryption

 
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Hi Dear Friends,
Friends I need some good articles to download from Internet which gives good detailed technical information about DES(Data Encryption Standard) encryption. Waiting for your reply. :roll:
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Noman Iqbal. (SCJP2)
 
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go to http://www.google.com/ and type in DES encryption
 
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Here's some humble little extract whereby I reproduce here:
Encrprtion involve algorithms just as programs do. Some people have an affinity for cryptic things that most people cannot understand.
Data compression is closely associated with encrytion
Substitution Ciphers, transpositional, bit manipulation, 8 into 7 data compression, the 16 character language
Substitutional ciphered codes are comparetively less difficult to break
Hope this helps
 
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I have some code in my own yahoogroup
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/codeshare2002/
A very good link will be
http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Network/2811/algorithms.htm
Do some googling and you will find some wonderful links
 
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