Key cryptography

What is a Cryptographic Key?

A Cryptographic Key is a term used to describe the process of transforming plain text information into ciphertext. When sending sensitive information, plain text can be turned into unreadable text while being sent to the recipient. The recipient then uses their cryptographic key to turn that text back into a readable version.

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