Cryptography MCQ

  1. What is Cryptography?
  2. Caesar Cipher is an example of
  3. An asymmetric-key cipher uses
  4. The shift cipher is sometimes referred to as the
  5. The substitutional ciphers are
  6. The Acronym DES stands for
  7. Cryptography, a word with Greek origins, means
  8. Cryptography can provide
  9. WTLS stands for?
  10. Which one is the Heart of Data Encryption Standard
  11. A mechanism used to encrypt and decrypt data
  12. PKI stands for ________
  13. ECB and CBC are ________ ciphers.
  14. DES function has _______ components
Cryptography MCQ
  • Study Communications
  • Secure Communications
  • Both A and B
  • None of the above
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  • Poly-alphabetic Cipher
  • Bi-alphabetic Cipher
  • Mono-alphabetic Cipher
  • Multi-alphabetic Cipher
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  • Cipher
  • Shift cipher
  • Caesar cipher
  • Cipher text
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  • bialphabetic
  • polyalphabetic
  • semi alphabetic
  • monoalphabatic
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  • Digital Encryption System
  • Digital Evaluation System
  • Digital Encryption Standard
  • Double Encryption Standard
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  • Open Writing
  • Secret Writing
  • Closed Writing
  • Corrupting Data
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  • Confidentiality
  • Entity authentication
  • Nonrepudiation of messages
  • All of above
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  • Wireless Transfer System Layer
  • Wireless Transfer Security Layer
  • Wireless Transport System Layer
  • Wireless Transport Security Layer
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  • Cipher
  • Rounds
  • Encryption
  • DES function
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  • Data flow
  • Algorithm
  • Cryptography
  • None of the above
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  • public key instance
  • private key instance
  • public key infrastructure
  • private key infrastructure
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  • Field
  • Block
  • Stream
  • None of the above
  • Oracle
  • Spartans
  • React
  • All of above
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  • Malicious Software
  • Multipurpose Software
  • Malfunctioned Software
  • All of above
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  • Caesar cipher
  • Block cipher
  • Antisymmetric cipher
  • Stream cipher
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  • RSA encryption
  • Symmetric ciphers
  • Asymmetric ciphers
  • Alpha-numeric cryptography
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