Asked by: Fayza Boomgardenasked in category: General Last Updated: 30th April, 2020
What is encryption's greatest disadvantage?
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In respect to this, what is the disadvantage of encryption?
Forgetting Passwords Encryption requires a password to encrypt and decrypt the file. A disadvantage of encrypting files is if you forget the password that you used, you may never be able to recover the data. If you use a password that is easy to guess, your encrypted data is less secure.
Additionally, what is the disadvantage of symmetric cryptography? Disadvantage: More Damage if Compromised When someone gets their hands on a symmetric key, they can decrypt everything encrypted with that key. When you're using symmetric encryption for two-way communications, this means that both sides of the conversation get compromised.
People also ask, what are some disadvantages of using the same key?
The main disadvantage of using a shared key in encryption is that you cannot use it to ensure non-repudiation. If you got a message and you are able to decipher it, there is no proof that the sender did encrypt it, because one can still argue you encrypted it yourself. This is fairly easy to understand.
What are the pros and cons of encryption?
The More Protection You Seek, the Harder to Implement
|Column Encryption||More flexibility in what you choose to encrypt Provides means to limit DBA access to all columns of data Keys per column improve isolation/protection|