This activity introduces one of the strongest confidentiality notions called perfect secrecy. It has a fairly technical mathematical formulation and is only achieved by systems that are not very practical, but it is the basis of many practical designs.
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- Level: Undergraduate
- Setting: Classroom
- Activity Type: Learning Cycle
- Discipline: Computer Science
- Course: Cryptography
- Keywords: Bayes' theorem, conditional probability, cryptosystem, cipher
How to Cite
Gondree, M. (2023). Perfect Secrecy: Cryptography. POGIL Activity Clearinghouse, 3(4). Retrieved from https://pac.pogil.org/index.php/pac/article/view/269
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