7 years ago in Operating System

A public key encryption system

[A] Allows only the correct receiver to decode the data.
[B] Allows only one to decode the transmission.
[C] Allows only the correct sender to decode the data
[D] Does not encode the data before transmitting it.
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H Kumar - 2 months ago

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Chetan Chilhate - 4 years ago

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