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Both Jessica Nelson and Blake Dournaee did an excellent job providing technical review thank you. I d like to offer a special thanks to Mohan Atreya and Scott Maxwell of RSA Security; both were a source of excellent ideas and technical input. Thanks to my friends at RSA Security for being patient and understanding while I worked long hours on the book. I especially want to thank Jerry Mansfield, a great friend who taught me to take life as it comes. Finally, I would like to thank my family for their support. Stephen Paine
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Application developers never used to add security to their products because the buying public didn t care. To add security meant spending money to include features that did not help sales. Today, customers demand security for many applications. The Federal Bureau of Investigation published the following Congressional Statement on February 16, 2000:
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There were over 100 million Internet users in the United States in 1999. That number is projected to reach 177 million in United States and 502 million worldwide by the end of 2003. Electronic commerce has emerged as a new sector of the American economy, accounting for over $100 billion in sales during 1999; by 2003 electronic commerce is projected to exceed $1 trillion.
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At the same time, the Computer Security Institute (CSI) reported an increase in cybercrime, 55% of the respondents to our survey reported malicious activity by insiders. Knowing this, you can be sure growing corporations need security products. The most important security tool is cryptography. Developers and engineers need to understand crypto in order to effectively build it into their products. Sales and marketing people need to understand crypto in order to prove the products they are selling are secure. The customers buying those products, whether end users or corporate purchasing agents, need to understand crypto in order to make well-informed choices and then to use those products correctly. IT professionals need to understand crypto in order to deploy it properly in their systems. Even lawyers need to understand crypto because governments at the local, state, and national level are enacting new laws defining the responsibilities of entities holding the public s private information. This book is an introduction to crypto. It is not about the history of crypto (although you will find some historical stories). It is not a guide to writing code, nor a math book listing all the theorems and proofs of the underpinnings of crypto. It does not describe everything there is to know about crypto; rather, it describes the basic concepts of the most widely used crypto in the world today. After reading this book, you will know
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what computer cryptography does and how it s used today. For example, you will
Understand the difference between a block cipher and a stream cipher and know when to use each (if someone tries to sell you an application that reuses a stream cipher s key, you will know why you shouldn t buy it). Know why you should not implement key recovery on a signing-only key. Understand what SSL does and why it is not the security magic bullet solving all problems, which some e-commerce sites seem to imply. Learn how some companies have effectively implemented crypto in their products.
There are, of course, many more things you will learn in this book. 1 delves into why cryptography is needed today; s 2 through 5 describe the basic building blocks of crypto, such as symmetric keys and public keys, password-based encryption, and digital signatures. In s 6 through 8, you will see how these building blocks are used to create an infrastructure through certificates and protocols. In 9, you will learn how specialized hardware devices can enhance your security. 10 explores the legal issues around digital signatures. Finally, s 11 and 12 show you some real-world examples of companies doing it wrong and doing it right. Throughout this book we use some standard computer hexadecimal notation. For instance, we might show a cryptographic key such as the following:
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