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00 Hardcover Cryptology and information security series; v.
Stevens, who is a scientific staff member in the cryptology group at CWI, analysed the rogue Microsoft certificate used by Flame's authors and determined that they used a different MD5 collision attack than the one devised by him and his colleagues in 2008.
The centre will also be designed to enhance research capability in specified cyber technology areas, including networking security, mobility security, cryptology, forensics and embedded devices such as industrial control systems.
Exploring the influence of the cultures that preceded the Aztecs (Xochicalco and Tula), The Aztecs reveals breakthroughs in hieroglyphic cryptology (pictographic and phonetic elements combine in Aztec script similar to conventions in Classic Maya writing) and delves into what the latest discoveries (such as that of the twelve-ton monolith of the goddess Tlaltecuhtli) have to tell us about the Aztecs.
Written by NSA historian Thomas Johnson, "American Cryptology During the Cold War (1945-1989)" traces US attempts to spy on the Soviet Union and China from their unpromising beginnings after World War II.
Topics covered include coding theory, cryptology, combinatorics, finite geometry, algebra, and number theory.
Cryptology has exploded into mainstream media due to the popularity of movies such as "The Da Vinci Code" and "National Treasure," bringing to light once again this obscure and secretive science.
Over the next two days, they brief each other on matters of cryptology, the Holy Grail, the birth of Christianity, Opus Dei and the Priory of Sion, while escaping from the British and French cops and various would-be assassins with the ease and ingenuity of Harry Houdini.