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    What is Data Encryption Standard (DES)?

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    What is the Data Encryption Standard (DES)?

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    DES or Data Encryption Standard is a method of encrypting data sent on the Internet. DES uses a secret key and was said to be extremely difficult to crack that the Government of the United States banned it from being exported to other nations. Over 70 quadrillion keys can be used for encryption. Both the sender and receiver must use the same private key in order to decrypt the sent information. A 56 bit key is used for each 64 bit block of information and 16 ...

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    Data Encryption Standard (DES) is summarized. References are also listed to promote research.