Practice Quiz – Pelcgbybtl (Cryptology) Post author:Devendra Kumar Post published: Post comments:0 Comments 21. Plaintext is the original message, while _____ is the encrypted message. Answers ciphertextalgorithmdigestcipher 22. The specific function of converting plaintext into ciphertext is called a(n) ______. Answers integrity checkencryption algorithmpermutationdata protection standard 23. Studying how often letters and pairs of letters occur in a language is referred to as _______. Answers frequency analysiscodebreakingespionagecryptography 24. The practice of hiding messages instead of encoding them is referred to as ______. Answers obfuscationhashingencryptionsteganography 25. ROT13 and a Caesar cipher are examples of _______. Answers substitution ciphersasymmetric encryptiondigital signaturessteganography 26. DES, RC4, and AES are examples of ______ encryption algorithms. Answers symmetricweakasymmetricstrong 27. Which of the following are necessary components for encryption and decryption operations when using an asymmetric encryption system? Check all that apply. Answers Public keyRandom number generatorDigestPrivate key 28. To create a public key signature, use the ______ key. Answers publicprivatedecryptiondecryption 29. Using an asymmetric cryptosystem provides which of the following benefits? Check all that apply. Answers Non-repudiationConfidentialityHashingAuthenticity 30. If two different files result in the same hash, it is referred to as a ________. Answers key collisionhash collisioncoincidencemistake Previous Please Share This Share this content Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Devendra Kumar Project Management Apprentice at Google You Might Also Like Week 3 – Creating mockups and high-fidelity prototypes Wireless Security Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.