Today I’m sharing my favorite chaincode program for the Raspberry Pi 3. It’s been a while since I used a Raspberry Pi so I thought I would share it with you.
If you haven’t heard of chaincodes, then you might be wondering what the heck they are.
Chaincodes are a type of encryption that are used to encrypt traffic, such as email, that passes through a networked computer. The idea is that, if someone knows your email address, they can send you a message through your email account, but only if they know your password. That way, they can only send you messages if they know the password to your email account.
Chaincodes are also used to encrypt networked applications that send/receive messages to/from each other. For instance, if I wanted to send you a message I could use my email address to send you a message that you could then encrypt and send to someone else. This way I could send you a message, but only if I knew your email address.
It’s an excellent way to secure email. And it’s a better way to secure your computer than a password.
Chaincodes are also used by the military to secure communications. Theoretically, chaincodes should help prevent you from sending a password to the wrong email address.
This makes me wonder if chaincodes were ever used to actually secure email. Chaincodes are based on the elliptic curve cryptography algorithm and a public key. The key is shared via an encrypted connection between two parties. An example of a chaincode is a PGP or SSL key that you provide to another person. This person then encrypts the information that you give them using the key and sends it to the recipient.
Chaincodes are not used in real life for email security, but it’s really easy to imagine them being used to encrypt or decrypt data. If you have an email account, your first email will need to be a chaincode to be sent to the server, because the server will not have the key to decrypt the email before it’s sent to you. This is a common problem, especially for smaller companies with slow servers.
Of course, a lot of email security these days is done with SSL certificates, which are designed to be used for email that you want to send to a particular address, not your own. If you use one of these certificates, you can make the email unreadable without doing anything.
SSL certificates are a great way to protect your email from being intercepted by man-in-the-middle attacks.