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 9  Chapter 1000:  Security in the Real World
      9  IX  Data Protection Through Encryption

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Data Encryption on Disk

Perhaps the most common data encryption scheme used for data stored on disk is the DES (Data Encryption Standard). In this type of encoding, both parties must have encryption keys to perform a successful lock and unlock.

If a user tries to access an encrypted file and doesn’t have the right password (or key), the worst that will happen is that they will receive a scrambled, unintelligible version of the file.

File systems of many NOS’s, like Windows 2000, support storage of data in encrypted form.


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