List 4 problems dealt with by cryptography & give real world examples of each.
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1. List 4 problems dealt with by cryptography & give real world examples of each. (2 paragraphs please.)
Cryptography is used to solve the following problems related to securing communications:
1. Confidentiality, also known as secrecy (click on underlined words for more detail if required):: For example, only an authorised recipient should be able to extract the contents of the message from its encrypted form. Otherwise, it should not be possible to obtain any significant information about the message contents.
2. Integrity: For example, the recipient should be able to determine if the message has been altered during transmission.
3. Authentication: For example, the recipient should be able to identify the sender, and verify that the purported sender actually did send the message.
4. Non-repudiation: For example, the sender should not be able to deny sending the message.
5. Anti-replay: For example, the message should not be allowed to be sent multiple times to the recipient without the
6. Proof of delivery: For example, the sender should be able to proove the recipient received the message.
Cryptography can provide mechanisms to help achieve all of the above. However, some goals are not always necessary, practical or even desirable in some contexts. For example, the sender of a message may wish to remain anonymous; clearly non-repudiation would be inappropriate in that case (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryptography#Other_topics).
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