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## Hardware-based Encryption – CompTIA Security+ SY0-401: 4.4

If you hear the term “trusted platform module” or TPM, it’s referring to probably one of two different things. One of those things is the standard that is used for cryptographic functions that’s then applied usually onto a piece of hardware. So sometimes you’ll hear of the TPM standard or specifications. You’ll also hear of […]

## Encrypt your Hard Drive in Linux

Don’t leave your data unencrypted, it can get stolen. Hello everyone, It’s Average Linux User and I am back with a new video on how to encrypt your hard drive in Linux. Using this method you can encrypt a separate partition, a whole hard drive or just your USB stick. Let’s get started! There are […]

## Was YOUR vote counted? (feat. homomorphic encryption) – Numberphile

Asked me to talk a little bit about the new innovations in voting systems. And so I’d like to tell you about end-to-end verifiable voting systems, which is the buzzword that academics are using to describe this. Now,Which means really that you can verify the whole flow of information, from your head, as to who […]

## Cryptography basics: What is Encryption and Decryption

Hey Guys, this is Ram here from EngineeringMentor.com In this video, we will talk about some of the basics of cryptography like what is cryptography and why do we need it etc. After that we will discuss the traditional cryptography model which is based on encryption and decryption of messages. So let’s start. When we […]

## N Queen Problem Using Backtracking Algorithm

Hello friends my name is Tushar and today I’m going to talk about N-queen problem. So you’re given an NxN board and there are N queens You have to find any placement of these queens on the board so that they do not attack each other. For example we have 4×4 board and this is […]

## How to get Channel 4 HD back on Freesat

Back in February of 2018, it was announced – with just 2 days’ notice – that Channel 4 HD would no longer be available on Freesat, due to a disagreement between Channel 4 and Freesat over carriage fees, which are the fees paid by channels to be featured as a Freesat channel and for a […]