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• Multiple encryption

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Multiple Encryption

What is multiple encryption
Multiple encryption (also known as cascade encryption, cascade ciphering, multiple ciphering ) is the process of encrypting an already encrypted message one or more times, either using the same or a different algorithm.

Encryption and Decryption provides an easy possibility to use multiple encryption.

Top reasons to use multiple encryption
For more information security and to prevent Brute Force attacks you can encrypt the same text or file multiple times. Set how many time you want to encrypt you data.
Multiple encryption provides good protection from plaintext attacks making ciphering stronger. A good example of multiple encryption is Triple DES.

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