Definitions for "pkc"
public key cryptography. A mathematical technology enabling private communication of data over public channels (even when the parties involved are not previously known to each other) and unforgeable digital signatures that can be used to conclusively prove the origin of a message. In public-key cryptography, instead of a single secret key, one uses a pair of complementary keys, each of which can unscramble messages scrambled with the other. However, because of the mathematics underlying PKC, knowing one key of the pair does not make it practical to guess or calculate the other. A PKC user can make one key of the pair his public key, known to the world, and keep the other as his private key.
ublic ey ertificate IETF definition: "A data structure containing the public key of an end-entity and some other information, which is digitally signed with the private key of the CA which issued it."
Public Key Cryptography. The same as asymetric cryptography, where encryption and decryption use different keys--one of them public, the other private.
Protein Kinase C. A family of a few different proteins that catalyze the phosphorylation of tyrosine residues in proteins, effectively activating some and inactivating others. In this paper, "an increase in PKC" specifically means an increase not just in PKCa, but also the PKC?, PKC? isoforms. All three PKCs require calcium for activation, and PKCa plays a role in controlling infection by intracellular parasites such as Legionella pneumophila.
Keywords:  ncurses, gtk, debian, uninstall, rpm
PKC is a package manager utility with ncurses and GTK+ interface. You can install/uninstall Debian or RPM packages, or you can configure, build and install a program from a source, and you can make a Debian or an RPM package, and it ca
Keywords:  kennel, club, professional
Professional Kennel Club
Permanente Knowledge Connection (national KP clinical Web site)
Keywords:  pearl, pink, crystal
Pink Crystal* PP = Pink Pearl