Applied Cryptography

Applied Cryptography

Applied Cryptography (deutscher Titel: Angewandte Kryptographie) ist ein Buch von Bruce Schneier.

Es erschien im Verlag John Wiley & Sons und ist derzeit in der zweiten Auflage erhältlich. Applied Cryptography gilt gemeinhin als das Standardwerk in der Kryptografie. Der Autor gewährt einen umfassenden Einblick in die Thematik.


Folgende Themen sind Bestandteil des Buches:

  • Kryptografische Protokolle, Techniken und Algorithmen
  • Beispielimplementationen
  • Politische Hintergründe
  • Quellcode zu einigen Algorithmen


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