Some people work hard at encoding their secrets; other people work just as hard at deciphering them. Students of cryptology must learn to understand the thinking and techniques of both sides. As Dr. Spillman explores the world of cryptology, he spans introductory to advanced topics, presenting the history and methodology of spies, code breakers, code talkers, and present-day computer hackers and attackers. The cryptographic analysis software included with the book enables students to perform simple hands-on activities that teach them to think like a cryptographer as they learn to fend off attacks or secure software systems.Important features:
Dr. Richard Spillman's interests range from computer security to artificial intelligence to digital hardware design. He has been teaching computer science and engineering courses for more than 20 years, first at the University of California at Davis and now at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma. While teaching, Dr. Spillman has also worked as a senior engineer at the Boeing Company and has consulted with several corporations and industry-related groups.
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