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马丁·赫尔曼，密码学和网络安全技术专家，主要论文有《密码学新动向》（New Directions in Cryptography）。2016年2月，获得2015年度图灵奖。
The Center for Defense Information at POGO aims to secure far more effective and ethical military forces at significantly lower cost.
Martin E. Hellman. Hiram Maxim, the inventor of the machine gun, declared, "Only a general who was a barbarian would send his men to certain death against the concentrated power of my new gun." But send them they did. In World War One, the machine gun often mowed down tens of thousands of men in a single day.
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Sotapolku.fi on verkkopalvelu, joka syntyi uteliaisuudesta ymmärtää missä isovanhempamme kulkivat sotien aikana.
The Mechanic: Directed by Michael Winner. With Charles Bronson, Jan-Michael Vincent, Keenan Wynn, Jill Ireland. An aging hitman befriends a young man who wants to be a professional killer.
The School of Engineering is home to 10 departmental and six interdepartmental major programs. Undergraduate Handbook. For details on program objectives and requirements, see the Handbook for Undergraduate Engineering Programs (UGHB) website.
RFC 1350 TFTP Revision 2 July 1992 caused by three types of events: not being able to satisfy the request (e.g., file not found, access violation, or no such user), receiving a packet which cannot be explained by a delay or duplication in the network (e.g., an incorrectly formed packet), and losing access to a necessary resource (e.g., disk full or access denied during a transfer).
Diffie–Hellman key exchange. In 1976, Whitfield Diffie and Martin Hellman published a cryptographic protocol called the Diffie–Hellman key exchange (D–H) based on concepts developed by Hellman's PhD student Ralph Merkle. The protocol enables users to securely exchange secret keys even if an opponent is monitoring that communication channel.