By Bruce Schneier
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This new version of the cryptography vintage offers you a entire survey of contemporary cryptography. The e-book information how programmers and digital communications pros can use cryptography-the means of enciphering and interpreting messages-to keep the privateness of desktop information. It describes dozens of cryptography algorithms, supplies sensible suggestion on easy methods to enforce them into cryptographic software program, and exhibits how they are often used to unravel protection difficulties. overlaying the newest advancements in functional cryptographic concepts, this re-creation exhibits programmers who layout computing device functions, networks, and garage platforms how they could construct safeguard into their software program and systems.
What's new within the moment Edition?
* New info at the Clipper Chip, together with how one can defeat the foremost escrow mechanism
* New encryption algorithms, together with algorithms from the previous Soviet Union and South Africa, and the RC4 movement cipher
* the newest protocols for electronic signatures, authentication, safe elections, electronic funds, and more
* extra designated details on key administration and cryptographic implementations
". . .the top creation to cryptography I've ever obvious. . . . The ebook the nationwide protection company sought after by no means to be released. . . ." -Wired Magazine
". . .monumental . . . attention-grabbing . . . finished . . . the definitive paintings on cryptography for desktop programmers . . ." -Dr. Dobb's Journal
". . .easily ranks as essentially the most authoritative in its field." -PC Magazine
". . .the bible of code hackers." -The Millennium complete Earth Catalog
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Extra info for Applied Cryptography: Protocols, Algorithms, and Source Code in C (2nd Edition)
Williams’s experience includes six years of commissioned military service as a Communications-Computer Information Systems Officer in the United States Air Force, specializing in network security, corporate information protection, intrusion detection systems, incident response, and VPN technology. Prior to joining the CIAS, he served as Director of Consulting for SecureLogix Corporation, where he directed and provided security assessment and integration services to Fortune 100, government, public utility, oil and gas, financial, and technology clients.
S. government identified eight critical infrastructures a few years ago that were thought to be so crucial to the nation’s daily operation that if one were to be lost, it would have a catastrophic impact on the nation. To this original set of eight sectors, more have been added, and they now total 17. Furthermore, analysis shows that in the United States, over 85 percent of this infrastructure is owned and operated by companies, not the government. A common thread throughout all of these critical infrastructures, however, is technology—especially technology related to computers and communication.
We want to recognize the thousands of dedicated individuals who strive to protect our national assets but who seldom receive praise and often are only noticed when an incident occurs. To you, we say thank you for a job well done! CONTENTS AT A GLANCE Part I Network Security Chapter 1 Network Device Configuration Chapter 2 Secure Network Administration Chapter 3 Secure Network Design Chapter 4 Secure Wireless Networking Part II Compliance and Operational Security Chapter 5 Risk Concepts Chapter 6 System Integration Processes Chapter 7 Risk Management Chapter 8 Digital Forensics and Incident Response Chapter 9 Security Awareness and Training Chapter 10 Physical Security and Environmental Controls Chapter 11 Security Controls Part III Threats and Vulnerabilities Chapter 12 Attacks and Malware Chapter 13 Social Engineering Chapter 14 Application and Wireless Attacks Chapter 15 Mitigation Techniques Chapter 16 Threat and Vulnerability Discovery Part IV Application, Data, and Host Security Chapter 17 Application Security Controls Chapter 18 Mobile Device Security Chapter 19 Host-based Security Chapter 20 Securing Alternative Environments Part V Access Control and Identity Management Chapter 21 Access Control and Authentication Chapter 22 Account Management Part VI Cryptography Chapter 23 Cryptographic Concepts Chapter 24 Cryptographic Methods Part VII Appendixes and Glossary Appendix A OSI Model and Internet Protocols Appendix B About the Download Glossary Index CONTENTS Preface Acknowledgments Introduction Part I Network Security Chapter 1 Network Device Configuration Network Devices Firewalls Routers Switches Load Balancers Proxies Web Security Gateways VPN Concentrators Intrusion Detection Systems Intrusion Prevention Systems Protocol Analyzers Spam Filter UTM Security Appliances Web Application Firewall vs.
Applied Cryptography: Protocols, Algorithms, and Source Code in C (2nd Edition) by Bruce Schneier