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CompTIA Security+ Exam SY0-601 Cryptographic Concepts Quiz

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One of the ways of confirming that a software application comes from a trusted source is the verification of its digital signature. A digitally signed software proves the identity of the developer and guarantees that the application code has not been tampered with since it was signed. The authenticity and integrity of the application's code can be verified by comparing results of a cryptographic hash function (original hash published by the application developer vs. hash obtained from a downloaded app).
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