Data Protection and Security 

I 
Introduction To Cryptography 

I.I 
Cryptography and Its Applications 

Cryptography is the art and science of encryption, converting information from its normal form to an incomprehensible format. At least, that is how it started out. [more] 

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I.II 
Types of Cryptanalysis 

As we have mentioned earlier, cryptanalysis is the branch of cryptology concerned with breaking the cryptographic systems used by others. [more] 

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I.III 
Historic Examples of Simple Ciphers 

One of the oldest ciphers was Caesar cipher, attributed to Julius Caesar. [more] 

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I.IV 
OneTime Pad 

The most efficient known algorithm for breaking a cipher would require far more computational steps than any hardware available to an opponent can perform. [more] 

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I.V 
Summary 

A brief summary of the chapter is provided. [more] 

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