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Hidden Keys to Software Break- ins & Unauthorized Entry by Dmitry Sklyarov

Rs. 216.00

Author: Dmitry Sklyarov


  • Language: English
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: BPB Publications
  • ISBN: 9788176569316
  • Edition: 2004
  • Pages: 326
  • Dimension: 24 X 17 X 1.5 cm
Primarily for software developers but also useful for those who want to grasp the integral ideas and problems of modern data protection technologies, this book deals with the basic problems concerning software and data security. Stressed are the most common mistakes made by developers and the main principles to be reckoned with when developing security tools. Also provided is information on cryptography and cryptanalysis and a review of the means and methods commonly used for software security as well as a demonstration of the weak points of these methods.
Table Of Contents:
  1. General Notions of Information Security
  2. main Methods of Providing Security
  3. When There Is Too Much Security
  4. Estimating Effectiveness
  5. Basics 
  6. Cryptography for Nonmathematicians
  7. Reliability of Algorithms and Protocols
  8. How To Choose Algorithms
  9. Tasks Of Application Protection
  10. Application Registration Codes
  11. Binding Applications to Media
  12. Dongles
  13. Using Protectors
  14. Don't Make the Intruder's Job Easier
  15. Providing Secrecy
  16. Features Of DRM Implementation
  17. Protecting Data with Steganography
  18. Reasons for Weakened Security
  19. Who Needs It?
  20. Internet: A Goldmine Of Information
  21. Investigator's Toolkit
  22. Reconstruction Of Cryptographic Protocols
  23. What Does the Future Hold?