A method used to prevent unwanted third parties from accessing private data.
Cryptography is a method that is used to prevent unwanted third parties from accessing private data. Sensitive data can be transmitted across unsafe networks by employing specialized encryption methods. The level of encryption will vary depending on the amount of protection the data needs.
On the internet, cryptography is frequently employed to safeguard user information and prevent eavesdropping. Many systems safeguard transferred information using private key cryptography to ensure privacy during transmission. Without a master key or a large number of keys, privacy can be maintained using public key systems.