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Cryptography is present in everyday life, from paying with a credit card to using the telephone. Learn all about making and breaking puzzles in computing.

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Lesson 1: Perfect Ciphers

What makes certain ciphers perfect, how the Lorenz Cipher was broken

Lesson 2: Symmetric Encryption

Sending messages when two people share a secret

Lesson 3: Key Exchange

Techniques to establish a shared secret

Lesson 4: Asymmetric Encryption

Exchanging information using public key cryptosystems

Lesson 5: Public Key Protocols

Encrypted key exchange, certificates, secure commerce

Lesson 6: Using Cryptographic Primitives

How cryptography can be useful for anonymizing communication, voting, and digital cash

Lesson 7: Secure Computation

Computing without exposing data
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