Network Security and Cryptography(CS 266)

The objective is to study security and secrecy in a networked environment, focussing on cryptography, authentication, trust, and digital signatures, and to explore practical solutions and their theoretical justification. CS 266 is a course primarily for CS major students and for CS graduate students. This course will be of interest to students whose area of expertise includes networking, communications, or distributed computation.

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