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How operative systems use cryptography Aug 07 2012 08:53PM
haZard0us (hazard0us pt gmail com) (2 replies)
Hello all,

This may like a silly question - no problem, I'm kind of silly in this area - but I want to know where and how operative systems use it.

I've searched on google but all I found is about password hashing. And because probably it's used somewhere else, I'm here asking the help for the OSes gurus :)

Cheers!

--haZ
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Re: How operative systems use cryptography Aug 08 2012 12:02PM
Clement Dupuis (clement dupuis gmail com)
Re: How operative systems use cryptography Aug 08 2012 09:18AM
André Silaghi (andre silaghi googlemail com)


 

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