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Topic in Depth - Cryptography

Cryptography is an ancient science, but with the rise of the information age, computers have brought it to a whole new level. Online privacy and national security both depend on encryption, and maintaining a strong standard is more important than ever.
Frequently Asked Questions about... PDF
Many common questions about cryptography are answered in this May 2000 handbook by RSA Security, Inc. The contents include a basic introduction to...
Handbook of Applied Cryptography
The Centre for Applied Cryptographic Research at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada and publishers of the Handbook of Applied Cryptography, CRC Press,...
Quantum Cryptography in Norway
This page describes a research project in quantum cryptography from the Department of Electronics and Telecommunications at the Norwegian University of Science...
Introduction to Cryptography:...
This introduction to cryptography is a collection of applets including: "Let's Make A Deal," "Let's Make a Deal II," "Monkey Words," "Entropy," "Vigenere,"...
Cryptographic Toolkit
The Cryptographic Toolkit is being developed by a subgroup of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), whos members work to implement and...
Cryptography
This site from BarcodesInc gives a helpful overview of what Cryptography is and supplies a number of links to other sites dealing with various issues in...



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