Computer Cryptography

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Cryptography's Role in Securing the Information Society : Kenneth W. Dam and Herbert S. Lin, Editors - by Kenneth W. Dam (Preface), Herbert S. Lin (Editor) 
This book addresses the need for a strong national policy on cryptography that protects the information interests of individuals and businesses while respecting the needs of law enforcement and intelligence for national security and foreign policy purposes. 

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Internet Cryptography - by Richard E. Smith
Cryptography is the modern, mathematically based version of the ancient art of secret codes.
Written by the top expert for secure U.S. government communications, this book clearly explains the different categories of cryptographic products available, reveals their pros and cons, and demonstrates how they solve various Internet security challenges. 

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A Course in Number Theory and Cryptography (Graduate Texts in 
Mathematics, No 114) - by Neal I. Koblitz 
A "cryptographer's toolbox," which gives you a thorough  introduction to the primitives involved, giving you the understanding necessary to start thinking intelligently about how they are used. 
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