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Everyday Cryptography by Keith Martin

Note: This post is part of the “20p Everyday” project.

I was fortunate enough to attend one of the best information security schools in the world. Yes that’s Royal Holloway University of London after a long academic journey, ups and downs of course..
I was even more fortunate to have the author of this book, Keith Martin, as one of my professor back in RHUL.
He taught me “Crypto 1”. I enjoyed his lecture very much. It was one of the most interesting lecture at times.

Personally I had some ideas about cryptology (the correct term btw.) since my computer security course I took with Fadi Aloul at the American University of Sharjah (AUS). I had an idea about
what is a public key what is a private key, and what’s PGP (pretty good privacy), thanks to Taha Landolsi and his course “Networks II” at...

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20 pages everyday

Part of my 2017 goals is to read more, and not to make the common mistake not to be specific about my goals, I decided to precisely set to read 20 pages per day.

|–+ [ Everyday Cryptography [done][review]
|–+ [ The Hacker Playbook: Practical Guide To Penetration Testing [current]
|–+ [ The Hacker Playbook 2: Practical Guide To Penetration Testing [next]

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