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Cryptography This SC Mag article discusses the history of crypto, the current controversy over exportation, info on the new crypto standard emerging, and "Crystal Ball" predictions. "The business arguments (for e-business) are important and irresistible. The challenge is for the . . . This SC Mag article discusses the history of crypto, the current controversy over exportation, info on the new crypto standard emerging, and "Crystal Ball" predictions. "The business arguments (for e-business) are important and irresistible. The challenge is for the business world to find the way to use the technology more safely than they can right now." Cryptography devices will be embedded in modems, cable modems, cellular phones and more, when applied to lower-value transactions, he adds. Higher-value dealings will warrant stronger protection, negating the possibility of software solutions and their inherent limitations. Simply put, he explains further, business transactions need new, stronger algorithms."

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