- Protect browser data and sensitive information.
- Encryption keys.
The key to unlocking encrypted information may not be visible on the appealing website. This means that hackers could still have access to valuable information if they can find it out, such as by running a script or exploiting a loophole in the software or application programming interface used for accessing the database. This protects all the sensitive data from prying eyes.
- Security through obfuscation.
- Encryption algorithms
- Improving website performance.
- Website management.
- Removal of malicious code
- Cloud services.
- Online banking.
Many companies use automated software programs to test the vulnerabilities in their websites. This could be done manually by employees, or it could be performed by the company’s computer security team or by a third party. Cryptography can be used to encrypt passwords and protect online accounts in a very secure manner. This is useful for companies that are worried about their customers’ personally identifiable information being intercepted and used by hackers.