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Fundamentals of Cryptology: A Professional Reference and Interactive Tutorial

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Fundamentals of Cryptology: A Professional Reference and Interactive Tutorial
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Publisher: Springer
ISBN/ASIN: 0792386752
ISBN-13: 9780792386759
Number of pages: 503

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This is a thoroughly written wonderful book on cryptography! This excellent book is warmly recommended for mathematicians, computer scientists, for professors and students, and, as a reference book, for researchers in the area of cryptography.

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