Key

Key may refer to:

  • Key (lock), device used to open a lock or door
    • Skeleton key or master key, a key altered to bypass wards placed inside a lock
  • Key (chart), a guide to colours and symbols used in a data chart, graph, plot or diagram
  • Key (cryptography), a piece of information that controls the operation of a cryptography algorithm
  • Key (engineering), a type of coupling used to transmit rotation between a shaft and an attached item
  • Key (map), a guide to a map's symbology

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Key Derivation Function
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Vector Sigma - Transformers Animated
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Kapisa Province - Provincial Reconstruction Team
... Subject matter experts and mentors on the team work closely with key leaders to facilitate development.The PRT vision has always been to foster a stable and secure environment that is ready for ... PRT Kapisa participates in key leader engagements, scouting areas for new projects and performing quality checks and site visits on existing projects ... The key focus is on building roads, bridges, construction of schools and also improvements to power capabilities on existing infrastructure ...
Key Derivation Function - Uses of KDFs
... Key derivation functions are often used in conjunction with non-secret parameters to derive one or more keys from a common secret value (which is sometimes also referred to as "key diversification") ... may prevent an attacker who obtains a derived key from learning useful information about either the input secret value or any of the other derived keys ... A KDF may also be used to ensure that derived keys have other desirable properties, such as avoiding "weak keys" in some specific encryption systems ...

Famous quotes containing the word key:

    All meanings, we know, depend on the key of interpretation.
    George Eliot [Mary Ann (or Marian)

    This is the Key of the Kingdom:
    In that Kingdom is a city;
    —Unknown. This Is the Key (l. 1–2)

    The knight slew the dragon,
    The lady was gay,
    They rode on together,
    Away, away.
    —Unknown. This Is the Key (l. 38–41)