If you are working in security domain or having experience in secure coding then you would have surely worked on Cryptography section, at least the very basics one. In this Cryptography basics quiz we would ask 10 questions only. You can test your Cryptography basics skills by playing this quiz.
This quiz comprise of questions related to symmetric, asymmetric, hashing, digital signature, cipher etc. It has 10 questions and you would have 10 minutes to solve all the questions. 70% is the pass mark here. So, what are you waiting, test your Cryptography basics here. All the best
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It takes a data in a group of same size generally to encrypt plaintext text dataCorrectIncorrect
A cipher which works on data that is in a continuous sequence of bitsCorrectIncorrect
________ is the process of using a mathematical algorithm to a bit string of fixed size of the original dataCorrectIncorrect
Cryptography protects dataCorrectIncorrect
Which cipher(s) is/are symmetricCorrectIncorrect
Which cipher(s) is/are asymmetricCorrectIncorrect
Which encryption you would prefer when you need to encrypt a large amount of dataCorrectIncorrect
To use digital signatures you would need the _____ key to digitally sign data, and the _____ key to verify the signature.CorrectIncorrect
A digital signature providesCorrectIncorrect
Which one you would preferCorrectIncorrect
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