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RE: Crypto Book Recommendations?
From: "E.Kellinis" <me () cipher org uk>
Date: Tue, 9 Mar 2004 00:53:15 -0000

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Hi Yianni,

If you want to gain a lot of knowledge w.r.t crypto I would recommend
:

- - Handbook of Applied Cryptography  (This can be downloaded for free
from the web)  
- - A Course in Number Theory and Cryptography (mathematical Background
required) 
- - Applied Cryptography: Protocols, Algorithms (Schneier's )

If you want an introductory text to Old cipher systems and an
overview of new ones in 
simple words I would recommend you :
- - A Very Short Introduction (By F. Piper) this is cheap as well

Historical view of cryptography 
- - The Code Book



Manos


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