Cryptography is the key to understanding how encryption works. In this video, learn the basics of cryptography.
- [Instructor] In order to help understand … how encryption works … within a server system, … you need to first understand … a very basic concept called cryptography. … Now, to put a very simple definition … on this word cryptography, … we're going to say that it's the concept … of applying an algorithm to plaintext … in order to convert it over into ciphertext. … So what do we mean by that? … Well, I have an example here for you. … Let's say we have an algorithm that says go up two letters, … and let's say we have the word sample … which is just in plaintext, right, just sample. … We can read that easy. … What we do is we take each letter … and we increase by two letters. … So if we take the letter s in sample, … and we go up two letters, … you go s, t, u, right, that's two letters, … so you put a u where the s is. … Take the a, go up two letters, b, c. … You put a c where the a is, … and we could continue through this process … and you'll see that the word sample becomes the word, …
- Implementing the Encrypting File System (EFS)
- Protecting your servers from malware
- Common network threats
- Implementing IPsec
- Securing file services
- Delegating privileges
- Configuring account lockout policies
- Managing advanced audit policies
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Server Hardening
2. Secure the Network
3. Secure File Services
4. Manage Privileged Identities
5. Configure Advanced Audit Policies
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