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plz tell me the latest topics in network security

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plz tell me the latest topics in network security

mohdmursleen90
if possible plz suggest me a currently hot research field in Cryptography
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    You know, like Bing, Google, Yahoo, Ask, Excite, Lycos...those would be
    some good starting points.

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    buck_lane

    i can usually smell these a mile away. next time if you state you are doing a school assignment people might help you

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    HankGurdjieff

    We've all got to get help sometimes, so here you go:

    A lot of work has been done on SCT (Servus-Caput-Threicae) theorem-based encryption, it is very secure and works well for one-way transmissions. It takes a bit longer to encode but shaves a lot of time off the read cycle.
    Also, ankylographic approaches are beginning to replace steganographic approaches, which seem to have gone the way of the dinosours when Miroslav Goljana, Dorin Hogea and Michael Bolton published their groundshaking paper "Surface Ocsillations, A new approach to detecting advancing risks".
    Polyalphabetic clusters are exciting the younger generation of cryptologists, especially the megabyte level alpha-bits cyphers and Tahestiku-Suppi proofs

    Hope this helps

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    a.portman

    who write everything like it is a text message.

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    buck_lane

    i can usually smell these a mile away. next time if you state you are doing a school assignment people might help you

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    HankGurdjieff

    We've all got to get help sometimes, so here you go:

    A lot of work has been done on SCT (Servus-Caput-Threicae) theorem-based encryption, it is very secure and works well for one-way transmissions. It takes a bit longer to encode but shaves a lot of time off the read cycle.
    Also, ankylographic approaches are beginning to replace steganographic approaches, which seem to have gone the way of the dinosours when Miroslav Goljana, Dorin Hogea and Michael Bolton published their groundshaking paper "Surface Ocsillations, A new approach to detecting advancing risks".
    Polyalphabetic clusters are exciting the younger generation of cryptologists, especially the megabyte level alpha-bits cyphers and Tahestiku-Suppi proofs

    Hope this helps

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    a.portman

    who write everything like it is a text message.

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    You know, like Bing, Google, Yahoo, Ask, Excite, Lycos...those would be
    some good starting points.

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    buck_lane

    i can usually smell these a mile away. next time if you state you are doing a school assignment people might help you

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    HankGurdjieff

    We've all got to get help sometimes, so here you go:

    A lot of work has been done on SCT (Servus-Caput-Threicae) theorem-based encryption, it is very secure and works well for one-way transmissions. It takes a bit longer to encode but shaves a lot of time off the read cycle.
    Also, ankylographic approaches are beginning to replace steganographic approaches, which seem to have gone the way of the dinosours when Miroslav Goljana, Dorin Hogea and Michael Bolton published their groundshaking paper "Surface Ocsillations, A new approach to detecting advancing risks".
    Polyalphabetic clusters are exciting the younger generation of cryptologists, especially the megabyte level alpha-bits cyphers and Tahestiku-Suppi proofs

    Hope this helps

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    a.portman

    who write everything like it is a text message.

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    buck_lane

    i can usually smell these a mile away. next time if you state you are doing a school assignment people might help you

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    HankGurdjieff

    We've all got to get help sometimes, so here you go:

    A lot of work has been done on SCT (Servus-Caput-Threicae) theorem-based encryption, it is very secure and works well for one-way transmissions. It takes a bit longer to encode but shaves a lot of time off the read cycle.
    Also, ankylographic approaches are beginning to replace steganographic approaches, which seem to have gone the way of the dinosours when Miroslav Goljana, Dorin Hogea and Michael Bolton published their groundshaking paper "Surface Ocsillations, A new approach to detecting advancing risks".
    Polyalphabetic clusters are exciting the younger generation of cryptologists, especially the megabyte level alpha-bits cyphers and Tahestiku-Suppi proofs

    Hope this helps

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    a.portman

    who write everything like it is a text message.