SHA-512, or Secure Hash Algorithm 512, is a hashing algorithm used to convert text of any length into a fixed-size string of 512 bits (64 bytes). Originally published in 2001, SHA-512 was developed by the US Government’s National Security Agency (NSA).
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Cryptology is the study of establishing a channel for secret communications (cryptography) and breaking secret communication channels of enemies (cryptanalysis)…
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