|Statement||Richard E. Klima, Neil P. Sigmon|
|Series||Discrete mathematics, its applications|
|LC Classifications||TK5102.94 .K55 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012015647|
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Cryptology: Classical and Modern, Second Edition proficiently introduces readers to the fascinating field of cryptology. The book covers classical methods including substitution, transposition, Alberti, Vigenère, and Hill ciphers. It also includes coverage of the Enigma machine, Turing bombe, and Navajo code. My favourite introduction book is Network Security: Private Communications in a Public World by Perlman & is a network security book with more focus on cryptography and cryptographic protocols. It covers conventional cryptography that is actually used today (block ciphers, stream ciphers, hash functions, MAC algorithms, RSA, DSA, El Gamal, cipher modes, . Crypto started as a presentation at PyCon It tries to go through all of the major dramatis personae of cryptography to make TLS work in 45 minutes. This book is the natural extension of that, with an extensive focus on breaking cryptography. About the Book. This version of YAINTT has a particular emphasis on connections to cryptology. The cryptologic material appears in Chapter 4 and §§ and , arising naturally (I hope) out of the ambient number theory.4/5(1).