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a potent estrogen used in medicine and in feed for livestock and poultry

synthetic nonsteroid with the properties of estrogen

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They have scrutinized and slightly modified the concept of the DICOM network to point out the best location for the proposed encryption scheme, which significantly improves speed of DICOM images encryption in comparison with those originally embedded into DICOM advanced encryption standard and triple data encryption standard algorithms.
According to a brief preview posted on Nohl's company blog: "The research has found that most SIM's support weak encryption from the 1970s called DES (Data Encryption Standard).
It has been used in many block ciphers since its adoption by the former US government's Data Encryption Standard (DES).
Rijndael is expected to replace Data Encryption Standard (DES) and its later version Triple DES over the next few years in many cryptography applications.
Among the topics are divisibility and modular arithmetic, the evolution of codemaking and codebreaking until the computer era, block cryptosystems and the data encryption standard, some number theory and algorithms, public key cryptography, and elliptic curve cryptography.
DES stands for Data Encryption Standard, and DUKPT stands for Derived Unique Key Per Transaction.
DESFire is an automatic fare collection technology which provides 3DES (Triple Data Encryption Standard) and AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) cryptographic algorithms.
The Advanced Encryption Standard is the successor to the original Data Encryption Standard and was adopted in 2001.
ASC X9 develops and maintains numerous standards for the financial services industry in the U.S., and participants said this week that the goal of the new effort is to develop a data encryption standard to protect information from the moment a card is swiped at a payment register to the end of the transaction chain at a so-called acquiring bank.<p>The need for such "end-to-end" protection has become increasingly apparent within the payment card industry in the wake of the continuing breaches at companies such as Heartland and RBS WorldPay Inc., another payment processor that disclosed a system intrusion last December.
In order to test the framework in an embedded environment we have selected and implemented two encryption algorithms: FEAL (Fast Data Encipherment Algorithm) and DES (Data Encryption Standard) (Menezes, 2001).
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In 1977 the Data Encryption Standard (DES and later Triple DES) was adopted in the United States as the first federal standard.
The Fortis/Diebold partnership also includes other projects such as a noncash platform roll out and upgrades to Europay/Mastercard/Visa (EMV) and Triple Data Encryption Standard (3DES) in both countries.
Specific functions include the Data Encryption Standard (DES) for encryption and decryption, secure key storage and Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA) acceleration.
Other cryptographic algorithms currently validated by the CMVP are the Data Encryption Standard (DES), the Triple Data Encryption Standard (TDES), the Digital Signature Algorithm (DSA), the Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA-1), and the Random Number Generator algorithm (RNG).
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