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The study of the algorithms presented in this chapter are well beyond the scope of any book you can find or course you can take. They require years of understanding and treatment and build upon algebraic concepts familiar to specific fields of mathematics. But luckily theoretical insight into how cryptographic algorithms work isn’t a requirement for using these tools in practice, so long as you understand their purpose and implications. In other words, a working knowledge of how to use cryptographic libraries is what’s important here.
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- Cryptography 101
Daniel van Flymen
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