Tag: Secure Communication

CSE571S: Network Security (Fall 2011)

A comprehensive treatment of network security. Topics include virus, root kits, malware, TCP/IP security attacks, operating systems security, secret key cryptography, modes of operation, hashes and message digests, public key algorithms, authentication systems, Kerberos, Public Key Infrastructures (PKI), IPsec, Internet Key Exchange (IKE), Secure Socket Layer (SSL), Transport Layer Security (TLS), e-mail security, virtual private …

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Homomorphic Encryption and Lattices

This is a three-credit advanced graduate level course. The course is one of the electives for MS students in the Foundations of Computer Science Track and the Computer Security Track, and for undergraduates in the Foundations of Computer Science Track. It also serves as a general elective for the PhD program in computer science. The …

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Applied Cryptography

Have you wondered how one might define security — even for a cryptographic concept as simple and familiar as encryption? What makes public-key cryptography possible? (Well, what is public-key cryptography?) What is MD5 and what’s wrong with it? What is homomorphic encryption? What are zero-knowledge proofs (and are they for real)? What magical tools can …

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