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A Graduate Course in Applied Cryptography

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A Graduate Course in Applied Cryptography
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Publisher: cryptobook.us
Number of pages: 818

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This book is about constructing practical cryptosystems for which we can argue security under plausible assumptions. The book covers many constructions for different tasks in cryptography. For each task we define a precise security goal that we aim to achieve and then present constructions that achieve the required goal.

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