AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) - Term Description

What is: AES (Advanced Encryption Standard)
 
Description:
AES is an encryption standard that is used globally to protect sensitive information. In fact, according US National Security Agency, as of 2005, no successful attacks against AES have been recognized.

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