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RSA encryption in JAVA with custom key length
This code is written in three section which you can divide and use each one separately. 1 Generating custom RSA keys. 2. Use Java " security " and " crypto " API to encrypt and decryption of text. 2. Use keys produced by API and use my algorithm to encrypti...
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Diffie-Hellman implementation in Python
In this code, I used math class only. here I implement Deffie-Hellman algorithm for produce public and private keys for Alice and Bob. This program was written by Shooresh Sufiye. you can copy and change it, But don't forget to mention the source. # Written...
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RSA Encryption and Decryption in Python
In this code, the only third-party library is "secrets" which is available to download and add automatically to python libraries by executing pip command. for more information see post pip command . # Written by Shooresh Sufiye # RSA Algorithm Shooresh from...
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One-Time Pad Encryption in Python
In this code, no library used and everything done by standard functions of python. This code reads plain text and key from text files. This program was written by Shooresh Sufiye. you can copy and change it, But don't forget to mention the source. # Written...
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take the stairs at the university!
Want a younger brain? Stay in school — and take the stairs
Taking the stairs is normally associated with keeping your body strong and healthy. But new research shows that it improves your brain’s health too — and that education also has a positive effect.

In a study recently published in the journal Neurobiology of Aging, researchers led by Jason Steffener, a scientist at Concordia’s PERFORM Centre, show that the more flights of stairs a person climbs, and the more years of school a person completes, the “younger” their brain physically appears.

The researchers found that brain age decreases by 0.95 years for each year of education, and by 0.58 years for every daily flight of stairs climbed — i.e., the stairs between two consecutive floors in a building.

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http://www.concordia.ca/content/shared/en/news/main/releases/2016/03/09/perform-centre-jason-steffener-take-the-stairs-and-stay-in-school-for-a-younger-brain.html

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http://www.neurobiologyofaging.org/article/S0197-4580(16)00023-3/abstract

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