Applied Cryptanalysis: Breaking Ciphers in the Real World

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Wiley, Jun 15, 2007 - Computers - 407 pages
The book is designed to be accessible to motivated IT professionals who want to learn more about the specific attacks covered. In particular, every effort has been made to keep the chapters independent, so if someone is interested in has function cryptanalysis or RSA timing attacks, they do not necessarily need to study all of the previous material in the text. This would be particularly valuable to working professionals who might want to use the book as a way to quickly gain some depth on one specific topic.

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About the author (2007)

Mark Stamp, PhD, is Professor of Computer Science at San Jose State University. In addition to his experience working in private industry and academia, Dr. Stamp spent seven years as a cryptanalyst for the U.S. National Security Agency. He is the author of Information Security: Principles and Practice.

Richard M. Low, PhD, is Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics at San Jose State University. His research interests include cryptography, combinatorics, and group theory.

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