Cryptographic Failure Prevention Guide

Learn how to detect and prevent cryptographic failures.
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Cryptography is one of the key components in cyber security that relies on codes to ensure that the sender and intended recipient can only read a message. The data encryption security feature guarantees confidentiality, integrity, non-repudiation, and user authentication in modern web systems. Cryptographic functions encrypt and decrypt plain-text messages to ensure secure electronic data transmission between entities, preventing a successful man-in-the-middle attack. Cryptographic failure encompasses a collection of application security risks that expose sensitive data and files through weak encryption techniques.

This guide discusses the cryptographic failure vulnerability, its types, and possible prevention techniques.

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