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INTRUSION PREVENTION DEFINITION (continued): … they know to be private, mutually agree on positive whole numbers p and q, such that p is a prime number and q is a generator of p. The generator q is a number that, when raised to positive wholenumber powers less than p, never produces the same result for any two such whole numbers. The value of p may be large but the value of q is usually small.Once Alice and Bob have agreed on p and q in private, they choose positive wholenumber personal keys a and b, both less than the primenumber modulus p. Neither user divulges their personal key to anyone; ideally they memorize these numbers and do not … Intrusion Prevention definition sponsored by SearchSecurity.com, powered by WhatIs.com an online computer dictionary


