CSC 437 - Introduction to Cryptography
This course is an introduction to modern cryptography with the emphasis on the fundamental cryptographic primitives such as symmetric and public-key encryption schemes, secure hash functions, digital signatures, and pseudo-random number generators. It also covers basic security protocols such as origin and message authentication protocols. Course Information: Prerequisites: CSC 302 and CSC 367.
Requires Departmental Approval.
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Course Level: Graduate
Term(s): Fall , Spring