Understanding elliptic-curve cryptography

Thursday, 19 January 2006, 2:06 AM EST

The risk of intrusion and eavesdropping goes up as electronic communication equipment becomes increasingly wireless and ubiquitous. With the spectre of hackers/crackers looming, security is becoming a major consideration in a growing number of embedded systems. Although sometimes mandated through standards, security is often added as feature to make a well-designed system more competitive in the marketplace.

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