Steve Chapin

3-125 CST

chapin@ecs.syr.edu

Office Hours: T 15:00-16:00, W 10:30-11:30,

others by appointment

Kanat Bolazar, kanat2@yahoo.com

- Syllabus
- Course notes
- Monoalphabetic Ciphers, primarily from Lewand chapter 1, and Garrett chapter 1
- Polyalphabetic Ciphers, from Lewand chapter 2.
- Polygraphic Ciphers, primarily from Lewand chapter 3 and Trappe and Washington chapter 2.
- Public Key Cryptography and RSA, primarily from Lewand chapter 4 and Trappe and Washington chapter 6.
- Finite Fields and Discrete-Log-Based Cryptosystems, primarily from Trappe and Washington section 3.10 and chapter 7.
- Modern Block Ciphers, primarily from Chapter 4 of Trappe and Washington.
- Signature Schemes, primarily from Chapter 8 of Trappe and Washington.
- E-Commerce Applications, primarily from Chapter 9 of Trappe and Washington.
- Secret Sharing Schemes, primarily from Chapter 10 of Trappe and Washington.
- Cryptographic Games, from Chapter 11 of Trappe and Washington.
- Key Agreement and Distribution, from Chapter 13 of Trappe and Washington.
- Information Theory, from Chapter 14 of Trappe and Washington.
- Elliptic Curve Crypto, from Chapter 15 of Trappe and Washington.
- Zero Knowledge Proofs/Protocols, from Chapter 12 of Trappe and Washington and chapters 12 and 13 of Stinson.
- Encryption Protocols, from Chapter 14 and 15 of Ferguson and Schneier
- Board proofs
- Homework and Solutions
- Homework 1 (due 27 Jan 2005). Solution.
- Homework 2 (due 8 Feb 2005).
- Homeworks 3 and 4 (due 24 Feb 2005 and 3 Mar 2005).
- Homework 5 (due 31 Mar 2005).
- Homework 6 (due 14 Apr 2005).
- Projects
- Quizzes and Answers
- Misc.