How Does End-to-End Encryption Keep You Safe?
End-to-end encryption is a secure method of communication that protects the user’s information and data while it’s transferred from one device to another. In EE2E, the data is encrypted on your end and only the recipient can decrypt the sent message. But, a lot of things can happen along the way that users aren’t aware of. That’s why in this week’s Zlog, we’re going to talk about End-to-end encryption and take a look at how it works.
What is Encryption?
Encryption is the process of encoding a piece of information in a specific way so that only authorized parties can access and decipher it. Modern-day technology encryption is virtually impossible to break. Plus, even if someone manages to access your information, they won’t be able to read it unless they have the key. To fully understand how End-to-end encryption works, let’s take a look at the types of encryption.