|Monday, January 14, 2002||
CRYPTOGRAPHY — the art of secret writing — is nearly as old as the art of writing itself, and goes back at least 4,000 years in history. From the handwritten ‘Caesar Cipher’ used by Julius Caesar, to the contemporary ‘PGP’ (Pretty Good Privacy), a freely available cryptographic system on the Internet — the fascinating evolution of this art (some call it science) has transformed it into a key technology of the information age.
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