Diffie-Hellman: The Genius Algorithm Behind Secure Network Communication
Usually, you are not directly connected to the internet, but you are part of a local smaller network, called Ethernet. Signal sent through this network can be read
by all clients connected to same network. Diffie–Hellman key exchange provides a way of generating a shared key between two people in such a way that the key cannot be seen by observing the communication.
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