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The Magic Keys of Esprenevestos By C Michael Nelson
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This story introduces some key concepts of how data is sent securely over the Internet, including: public and private keys,digital signatures, and certificate authorities... Although it mostly... More > replaces the word “digital” with “magical”.< Less
An Introduction to Cyber Security By Kevin Westwood
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As we spend more and more of our time using online services, so do we find ourselves increasingly open to attack. Cyber threats against individuals, governments, and businesses are continually... More > taking on newer, more complex, and more dangerous forms. Currently, highly skilled and, highly motivated cyber attackers around the world are in the process of crafting revolutionary attack methods to counter the latest cyber-security innovations.< Less
Why RSA Works By Tony Helies
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The RSA algorithm was the first publicly available Public Key System. Without such systems, commerce on the Internet would not be possible. But how does RSA work? Why is it secure? This book will... More > show you how prime numbers and modulo math make it possible.< Less
Magia Cryptographica By John Meek & Anonymous
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Magia Cryptographica is an obscure list of 65 replacement alphabets. However, this edition only includes 64 alphabets, because it does not include the page with the alphabet # 65 for ethical... More > reasons. That missing page contains no other information than alphabet # 65, so no other information is missing. This book contains a scan of the original manuscript and a brief introduction by John Meek. The Magia Cryptographic manuscript itself is in the public domain, but the introduction is Copyright 2019 by John Meek and Rossitza Meek< Less
Math & Crypto Messages - For Beginners By Alexander Prezioso
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Math and Crypto Messages is a fun and challenging math game and puzzle. First complete all of the math problems and then use the appropriate decoding key to decrypt the secret messages. Secret... More > messages include general facts, safety tips and positive reinforcement messages. Alexander Prezioso, the creator and author, has served over 20 years in the United States Army. He and his two sons, Brayden and Landon, developed the concept of Math and Crypto Messages while vacationing at one of their favorite vacation locations.< Less
The Little Book of Ubuntu Crypto Tools, 1st ed. By Jacek Artymiak
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Ubuntu ships with an excellent set of Open Source cryptographic tools whose main component is the OpenSSL library and the openssl(1) command-line interpreter. If you need reliable cryptographic tools... More > on a Linux system, you will find them in Ubuntu. 1. Introduction. 2. Getting to Know OpenSSL. 2.1. Checking OpenSSL Version and Configuration. 3. Testing SSL Connections. 3.1. How fast is my computer? 3.2. How fast is that remote SSL server? 3.3. Faking it. 4. Running SSL-enabled Apache. 4.1. Testing Certificates with Apache. 4.2. Retrieving Remote Certificates. 4.3. Verifying the Certificate. 5. Working with Message Digests. 6. Base64-Encoding. 7. Encrypting and Decrypting Files. 7.1. Selecting the Right Cipher. 7.2. Encoding Encrypted Files. 8. Using OpenSSL to Generate Passwords. 9. OpenSSL Utility Commands. 9.1. Prime Number Testing. 9.2. Random Numbers. 10. OpenSSH Keys. 10.1. Generating OpenSSH Keys.< Less
The Little Book of OpenBSD Crypto Tools, 1st ed. By Jacek Artymiak
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A short guide to the OpenBSD cryptographic tools (OpenSSL, swap encryption, partition encryption). Learn how to use OpenSSL to debug your SSL servers, how to use SSL certificates, encryption, and... More > more! 1. Introduction. 2. Getting to Know OpenSSL. 2.1. Checking OpenSSL Version and Configuration. 3. Testing SSL Connections. 3.1. How fast is my computer? 3.2. How fast is that remote SSL server? 3.3. Faking it. 4. Running SSL-enabled Apache. 4.1. Testing Certificates with Apache. 4.2. Retrieving Remote Certificates. 4.3. Verifying the Certificate. 5. Working with Message Digests. 6. Base64-Encoding. 7. Encrypting and Decrypting Files. 7.1. Selecting the Right Cipher. 7.2. Encoding Encrypted Files. 8. Using OpenSSL to Generate Passwords. 9. OpenSSL Utility Commands. 9.1. Prime Number Testing. 9.2. Random Numbers. 10. OpenSSH Keys. 10.1. Generating OpenSSH Keys. 11. Encrypting the Swap Partition. 12. Encrypting Partitions.< Less
The GnuTLS manual By Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos & Simon Josefsson
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GnuTLS is a secure communications library implementing the SSL and TLS protocols and technologies around them. It provides a simple C language application programming interface (API) to access the... More > secure communications protocols as well as APIs to parse and write X.509, PKCS #8, PKCS #12, OpenPGP structures and a simple API to access hardware tokens such as smart-cards using PKCS #11. The library is aimed to be portable and efficient with focus on security and interoperability. This book contains all the information required to create applications using GnuTLS.< Less
A non-mathematical introduction to one-way functions By John Graham-Cumming
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A compilation of four blog posts about one-way functions that does not use mathematics and that explains to the layman how passwords are stored and secured.
WebSig: A Digital Signature Framework for the Web By James P. McCusker
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WebSig is a digital signature scheme for the web that uses Resource Description Framework (RDF) graphs to express its documents, document metadata, and signature data in a way that leverages existing... More > trustable digital signature schemes to create signatures on computable documents that are trustable and minimally repudiable.< Less

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