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Is compressing data prior to encryption necessary to reduce plaintext redundancy?
As explained in William Stallings' Book, in PGP encryption is done after compression, since it reduces redundancy. I couldn't relate encryption strength with redundancy. Could anyone explain more on ...
Mar 25 '12 at 7:16
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