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How to check that a certificate is signed by who? How to do that? So now it's just to try and learn all the information I can find online that I can possibly find.So we're now in the midst of this, and this is a good time to do a little intro-spection because I feel like I've been a little short on explaining the whole point of what I'm going to be doing here as I've done in the past as well, but it's because I haven't given a really clear enough explanation in terms of what this is, and what this is not.This isn't an introduction into encryption, this is an introduction into a little bit more of the theory of encryption rather than the actual application of encryption.And I'm going to start with what encryption is and why you would want to be able to use it in a way that you can actually use to secure sensitive data.So encryption is a process that can occur in many different ways in software and also hardware.So the idea of encryption is that the information you're trying to hide can, in a way, be hidden from anyone who knows the code that's hidden.So we can look at it from a highlevel, as you know, from the very first episode of this webcast, where I explained the concept of encryption and then showed you some examples of how we could use it in software.So it's really just the act of hiding a code in a different way.So what does encryption do? Well, we all know when an email or any data is sent on a network, that it's sent in bits.And what I've done is...

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[21:30] <Jcic> and do i pay you to have a PDF done for me? [21:30] <Jcic> or do i pay you to get the pdf done? [21:30] == Jcic [18c7c743@gateway/web/] has joined #76Days [21:31] <shecalledmepaul_> is there a way to do it without paypal? is paypal bad here? [21:31] <shecalledmepaul_> it looks weird [21:31] <PN> paypal sucks [21:31] <shecalledmepaul_> so is digital [21:31] <fastantic4> yeah shecalledmepaul_ what does that mean? [21:31] <emmaw> you just have to type in your code, print it out as a pdf, sign it, and email it to her :D [21:31] == shecalledmepaul_ [ad9e8f2e@gateway/web/] has quit [Quit: Page closed] [21:31] <swiftpantha> i've been trying to find out if there was a way to get a pdf to anyone that has an android device [21:31] <shecalledmepaul_> what is it? [21:31] <PN> paypal sucks [21:31] <swiftpantha> i mean it looks like it will work [21:31] <emmaw> maybe i just need to do that thing from jason's site with someone's card information, and then send a pic of the card to her, so she can print it out and mail [21:32] <shecalledmepaul_> haha [21:32] <fastantic4> but the other option is getting it printed out in a real professional environment for the right price :D [21:32] <PN> and the other way around [21:32] <PN> and the other way around [21:32] <_Err404> *Err404 [21:32] == err404__ [6ca8e9c6@gateway/web/]