Publisher: United States Department of the Army 1990
Text contains six parts: Introduction to Cryptanalysis, Monographic Substitution Systems, Polygraphic Substitution Systems, Polyalphabetic Substitution Systems, Transposition Systems, and Analysis of Code Systems. Text also contains exhaustive material to aid in the solution of cipher systems, including frequency distributions, word and pattern tables, as well as utility tables.
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by Mihir Bellare, Phillip Rogaway
The viewpoint taken throughout these notes is to emphasize the theory of cryptography as it can be applied to practice. This is an approach that the authors have pursued in the research, and it seems to be a pedagogically desirable approach as well.
by Al Sweigart
The book teaches complete beginners how to program in the Python programming language. The book features the source code to several ciphers and hacking programs for these ciphers. The programs include the Caesar cipher, transposition cipher, etc.
by Bodo Moeller - TU Darmstadt
Multiple aspects of public-key cryptography are examined. The author covers the theory of provably secure public-key cryptography and the implementation of exponentiation and multi-exponentiation. An introduction to provable security is provided.
by Neal Koblitz (ed.) - Springer
Contents: Universal Hashing and Multiple Authentication; Asymmetric Cryptography with a Hidden Monomial; Hidden Collisions on DSS; All Bits in ax + b mod p are Hard; Robust and Efficient Sharing of RSA Functions; Improved Differential Attacks on RC5.