Computer Security and Surfing

In this Webcast, the presenter explains about computer security and surfing. Encryption is a process in which data is encoded so that it can be sent over lines, network lines, the Internet, and it is decoded on the end where it is received. That way, the information, if it's intercepted between the sender and the receiver, actually is meaningless: it's a bunch of jumbled garbage.

Provided by: Videojug Topic: Security Date Added: Jan 2012 Format: Webcast

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