Encryption using chaos

Tuesday, 24 January 2006, 11:07 AM EST

You know that eBay purchase you made? The online credit card payment you sent? The bank statement you checked at your computer? These transactions contained sensitive information about you that, for the most part, is kept private thanks to encryption software that scrambles the message before it's sent (and unscramble it once it's received by the intended party).

At Technology Review.

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