By (author): Rolf Oppliger

Pages: 650
ISBN: 9781630818463

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Description

This exciting new resource provides a comprehensive overview of the field of cryptography and the current state of the art. It delivers an overview about cryptography as a field of study and the various unkeyed, secret key, and public key cryptosystems that are available, and it then delves more deeply into the technical details of the systems. It introduces, discusses, and puts into perspective the cryptographic technologies and techniques, mechanisms, and systems that are available today. Random generators and random functions are discussed, as well as one-way functions and cryptography hash functions. Pseudorandom generators and their functions are presented and described. Symmetric encryption is explored, and message authentical and authenticated encryption are introduced.

 

Readers are given overview of discrete mathematics, probability theory and complexity theory. Key establishment is explained. Asymmetric encryption and digital signatures are also identified. Written by an expert in the field, this book provides ideas and concepts that are beneficial to novice as well as experienced practitioners.

Table Of Contents
Introduction; Cryptographic Systems; I UNKEYED CRYPTOSYSTEMS: Random Generators; Random Functions; One-Way Functions; Cryptographic Hash Functions; II SECRET KEY CRYPTOSYSTEMS: Pseudorandom Generator; Pseudorandom Functions; Symmetric Encryption; Message Authentication; Authenticated Encryption; III PUBLIC KEY CRYPTOSYSTEMS: Key Establishment; Asymmetric Encryption; Digital Signatures; Zero-Knowledge Proofs of Knowledge; IV CONCLUSIONS: Key Management; Summary; Outlook

Author

  • Rolf Oppliger Rolf Oppliger leads eSECURITY Technologies, works for the Swiss federal administration, serves as an adjunct professor of computer science at the University of Z¸rich, Switzerland, and is the Information Security and Privacy editor at Artech House. He earned his Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Berne, Switzerland.