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Secure Communications. Cryptographic Applications. Shift Ciphers. Affine Ciphers. Substitution Ciphers.

Sherlock Holmes. Block Ciphers. One-Time Pads. Pseudo-random Bit Generation. LFSR Sequences. Computer Problems. Basic Notions. The Chinese Remainder Theorem. Modular Exponentiation. Fermat and Euler. Primitive Roots. Inverting Matrices Mod n. Square Roots Mod n. Legendre and Jacobi Symbols. Finite Fields. Continued Fractions. Differential Cryptanalysis. Modes of Operation. Breaking DES. Meet-in-the-Middle Attacks. Password Security. The Basic Algorithm. The Layers. Design Considerations.

The RSA Algorithm. Attacks on RSA. Primality Testing. The RSA Challenge. An Application to Treaty Verification. The Public Key Concept. Discrete Logarithms. Computing Discrete Logs. ElGamal Public Key Cryptosystems. Hash Functions. A Simple Hash Example. The Secure Hash Algorithm. Birthday Attacks. The Random Oracle Model. Using Hash Functions to Encrypt. RSA Signatures.

The ElGamal Signature Scheme. Hashing and Signing. Birthday Attacks on Signatures. The Digital Signature Algorithm. Intruders-in-the-Middle and Impostors. Key Distribution. Pretty Good Privacy. Secure Electronic Transaction. Digital Cash. Secret Splitting. Threshold Schemes.

Flipping Coins over the Telephone. Poker over the Telephone. The Basic Setup. Probability Review. Huffman Codes. Perfect Secrecy. The Entropy of English.

The Addition Law. Elliptic Curves Mod n. Factoring with Elliptic Curves. Elliptic Curves in Characteristic 2. Elliptic Curve Cryptosystems. Identity-Based Encryption. Lattice Reduction. An Attack on RSA. Error Correcting Codes. Bounds on General Codes. Linear Codes.

Hamming Codes. Golay Codes. Cyclic Codes. BCH Codes. Reed-Solomon Codes. The McEliece Cryptosystem. Other Topics. A Quantum Experiment.

Quantum Key Distribution. Mathematica Examples. Maple Examples. Further Reading. Pearson offers special pricing when you package your text with other student resources. If you're interested in creating a cost-saving package for your students, contact your Pearson rep.

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