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  Encryption technologies: testing and identifying campus needs
Fritsche G., Rodgers S.  User services (Proceedings of the 35th Annual ACM SIGUCCS Conference on User Services, Orlando, Florida, Oct 7-10, 2007) 109-112, 2007.  Type: Proceedings

It is no surprise that universities are worried about datasecurity, or that they appoint committees to solve theproblem. This paper details Lehigh University’s investigationinto campus-wide security issues, including reco...

Jan 11 2008
  Brute force: cracking the data encryption standard
Curtin M., Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., Secaucus, NJ, 2005. 291 pp.  Type: Book (9780387201092)

Curtin tells the story of the achievement of thousands of volunteers, who in 1997 were able to show that the data encryption standard (DES) was too weak as a cryptographic algorithm. Their effort was in response to a January 1997 conte...

Oct 28 2005
  User’s guide to cryptography and standards (Artech House Computer Security)
Dent A., Mitchell C., Artech House, Inc., Norwood, MA, 2004.  Type: Book (9781580535304)

This book is an exposition of the state of the art in cryptography, and describes how the standards bodies have adopted cryptography standards. It is one of the first books that tries to explain cryptography, while simultaneously illus...

Apr 29 2005
  On the uniformity of distribution of the decryption exponent in fixed encryption exponent RSA
Shparlinski I. Information Processing Letters 92(3): 143-147, 2004.  Type: Article

This paper discusses the security provided by the RSA encryption system. An analysis of the difficulty degree is realized, in order to deduce the decryption exponent d (using only the public components m
Apr 26 2005
  The design of Rijndael
Daemen J., Rijmen V., Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., New York, NY, 2002. 238 pp.  Type: Book (35404255802)

The authors are the researchers who invented Rijndael, a cryptographic algorithm that was selected by the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) to become the advanced encryption standard (AES). ...

Oct 30 2002
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