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Many of you probably know what that means, but if you don t, read Appendix A. It s all about how the computer industry displays bits and bytes in hexadecimal. It also describes ASCII, the standard way letters, numerals, and symbols are expressed in computers.
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Learn how some companies have used crypto poorly (smart people learn from their own mistakes; brilliant people learn from other people s mistakes).
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In 6, you ll find a brief description of ASN.1 and BER/DER encoding. If you want to drill down further into this topic, read Appendix B. In Appendix C, you will find further detailed information about many of the topics discussed in the book. These details are not crucial to understanding the concepts presented in the main body of the book; but for those who wish to learn more about the way crypto is used today, this appendix will offer interesting reading. Finally, the accompanying CD contains the RSA Labs Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about cryptography. The FAQ contains more detailed information about many of the concepts presented in this book. For instance, the FAQ describes much of the underlying math of crypto and the political issues surrounding export, and it offers a glossary and bibliography. Our goal in writing this book was to explain the crypto that the vast majority of you need to know. If you want more detail, start with the FAQ.
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Steve Burnett With degrees in math from Grinnell College in Iowa and The Claremont Graduate School in California, Steve Burnett has spent most of his career converting math into computer programs, first at Intergraph Corporation and now with RSA Security. He is currently the lead crypto engineer for RSA s BSAFE Crypto-C and Crypto-J products, which are general purpose crypto software development kits in C and Java. Burnett is also a frequent speaker at industry events and college campuses. Stephen Paine Stephen Paine has worked in the security field throughout most of his career formerly for the United States Marine Corps and SUN Microsystems. He is currently a systems engineer for RSA Security, where he explains security concepts to corporations and developers worldwide and provides training to customers and RSA employees.
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Blake Dournaee Blake Dournaee joined RSA Security s developer support team in 1999, specializing in support and training for the BSAFE cryptography toolkits. Prior to joining RSA Security, he worked at NASAAmes Research Center in their security development group. He has a B.S. in Computer Science from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo and is currently a graduate student at the University of Massachusetts. Jessica Nelson Jessica Nelson comes from a strong background in computer security. As an officer in the United States Air Force, she spearheaded the 12 Air Force/Southern Command Defensive Information Warfare division. She built programs that integrated computer and communications security into the DoD s Information Warfare. She graduated from UCSD with a degree in physics and has worked with such astrophysicists as Dr. Kim Griest and Dr. Sally Ride. She currently acts as technical sales lead in the western division of a European security company.
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Why Cryptography
According to the affidavit in support of the criminal complaint, the Secret Service began investigating this matter when it learned that there had been unauthorized access to [online brokerage] accounts of several [anonymous company] employees. One [anonymous company] employee told authorities that approximately $285,000 had been drained from his [online brokerage] account when an unknown person was able to access his account by calling the online broker and providing a name and social security number. It was later determined that at least eight [anonymous company] employees had been victimized this past spring, and that these eight had lost a total of $700,000 from their stock accounts . . . [anonymous company] officials revealed that while working in the financial department, [the accomplice] had access to confidential employee information such as social security numbers and home addresses. * If someone tells you, I don t need security. I have no secrets, nothing to hide, respond by saying, OK, let me see your medical files. How about your paycheck, bank statements, investment portfolio, and credit card bills Will you let me write down your Social Security number,
*Source: U.S. Department of Justice, July 20, 2000
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