RSA Securitys Official Guide to Cryptography

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Mcgraw-hill, Mar 29, 2001 - Computers - 419 pages
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Want to keep your Web site safe? Learn how to implement cryptography, the most secure form of data encryption. Highly accessible, and packed with detailed case studies, this practical guide is written in conjunction with RSA Security--the most trusted name in e-security(tm). Part of the RSA Press Series.

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Contents

Why Cryptography?
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Security Provided by Computer Operating Systems
2
Permissions
3
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Steve Burnett is a writer, system administrator, and musician working and living in the Research Triangle Park area of North Carolina. He is a member of USENIX, SAGE, and the Triangle Macintosh User Group and has contributed to or coauthored fifteen books.

Wendy Willard creates and teaches Web design throughout the U.S., preferably on Macs running OS X and is the author of several books.

Anne Groves lives in Columbus, Ohio, where she works as Web developer for Ohio State University, has edited several titles, and enjoys teaching others how to use today's technology to make their lives easier.

Chad Fahs is an author who also writes, directs, produces, and consults for a variety of projects and clients, including the original Apple-certified DVD Studio Pro training course, an e-learning project for Adobe, courseware for Ulead, and Web design work for United Airlines, among others.

Paine has worked in security fields for most of his career. He currently works as a senior software engineer at RSA Security.

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