AES-256 is a strong encryption standard used to protect data. It stands for Advanced Encryption Standard, and it was developed by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA). AES-256 uses a 256-bit key length, which makes it one of the strongest encryption standards available today. This means that even if someone were to gain access to your encrypted data, they would still need an extremely powerful computer in order to decrypt it successfully without having access to the correct key or passphrase used during the encryption process. The strength of AES-256 lies primarily in its use of keys with longer lengths than other commonly used algorithms such as DES and 3DES… Read More

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