Asymmetric encryption is a method in which – in contrast to the symmetric cipher – two different keys are used: A publicly known public key for encrypting data and a secret key known only to the recipient of the message – the private key for decrypting. One well-known method is RSA (“Rivest Shamir Adleman”).
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