Autor: Seth Nielson
Broj strana: 371
ISBN broj: 978-1-4842-4899-7
Godina izdanja: 2019.
Pregleda (30 dana / ukupno): 19 / 420
Develop a greater intuition for the proper use of cryptography. This book teaches the basics of writing cryptographic algorithms in Python, demystifies cryptographic internals, and demonstrates common ways cryptography is used incorrectly.
Cryptography is the lifeblood of the digital world’s security infrastructure. From governments around the world to the average consumer, most communications are protected in some form or another by cryptography. These days, even Google searches are encrypted. Despite its ubiquity, cryptography is easy to misconfigure, misuse, and misunderstand.
Developers building cryptographic operations into their applications are not typically experts in the subject, and may not fully grasp the implication of different algorithms, modes, and other parameters. The concepts in this book are largely taught by example, including incorrect uses of cryptography and how "bad" cryptography can be broken. By digging into the guts of cryptography, you can experience what works, what doesn't, and why.
What You’ll Learn
Who This Book Is For
IT administrators and software developers familiar with Python. Although readers may have some knowledge of cryptography, the book assumes that the reader is starting from scratch.
Table of contents
Cryptography: More Than Secrecy
Symmetric Encryption: Two Sides, One Key
Asymmetric Encryption: Public/Private Keys
Message Integrity, Signatures, and Certificates
Combining Asymmetric and Symmetric Algorithms
More Symmetric Crypto: Authenticated Encryption and Kerberos
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