6 Describe the differences between symmetric and asymmetric multiprocessing?
If it's like the DSL terminology, these terms refer to the upload/download speeds. Symmetrical means that the upload (sending) speed is the same as the download (receiving) sp… Continue reading
symmetrical is where if you split it in half it would look the same on both sides but flipped over and asymmetrical is where each side is differentthank you. you really helped… Continue reading
Symmetric cryptography uses the same secret (private) key to encrypt and decrypt its data whereas asymmetric uses both a public and private key. Symmetric requires that the se… Continue reading
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Symmetric encryption requires a single key known only to the authorized parties. Asymmetric encryption uses a pair of keys, one key available publicly (the "public key" and on… Continue reading
in symmetric key one key uses for both encryption and decryption, but in asymmetric form, two different seprate keys use for decryption and encryption.
Symmetric means that the design of the image is balanced and both sides are equal. An asymmetric image is when the design does not repeat itself so if you fold it in half the … Continue reading