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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Format-Controlling Encryption Using Datatype-Preserving Encryption

    DataType-Preserving Encryption (DTP) enables encryption of values within a certain character set into ciphertext restricted to the same set, while still keeping data length. This is in contrast to conventional block cipher modes which produce binary data, i.e each encrypted character may have an arbitrary value, possibly outside the original...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Format-Controlling Encryption Using Datatype-Preserving Encryption

    DataType-Preserving Encryption (DTP) enables encryption of values within a certain character set into ciphertext restricted to the same set, while still keeping data length. This is in contrast to conventional block cipher modes which produce binary data, i.e each encrypted character may have an arbitrary value, possibly outside the original...

    Provided By Protegrity