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Computational Cryptography
Algorithmic Aspects of Cryptology

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Joppe Bos, Martijn Stam, Martin Albrecht, Léo Ducas, Samuel Wagstaff, Jr., Alexander May, Rob Granger, Antoine Joux, Nadia Heninger, Marc Stevens, Thorsten Kleinjung, Daniel Page, Victor Shoup, Nigel Smart, Emmanuel Thomé
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  • Publication planned for: February 2022
  • availability: Not yet published - available from January 2022
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108795937

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  • The area of computational cryptography is dedicated to the development of effective methods in algorithmic number theory that improve implementation of cryptosystems or further their cryptanalysis. This book is a tribute to Arjen K. Lenstra, one of the key contributors to the field, on the occasion of his 65th birthday, covering his best-known scientific achievements in the field. Students and security engineers will appreciate this no-nonsense introduction to the hard mathematical problems used in cryptography and on which cybersecurity is built, as well as the overview of recent advances on how to solve these problems from both theoretical and practical applied perspectives. Beginning with polynomials, the book moves on to the celebrated Lenstra–Lenstra–Lovász lattice reduction algorithm, and then progresses to integer factorization and the impact of these methods to the selection of strong cryptographic keys for usage in widely used standards.

    • Featuring contributions by the leading experts in the field, this text covers the various hard mathematical problems used in cryptography and the asymptotically best algorithms to solve these problems
    • Presents 20 algorithms with in-depth descriptions on their utility in solving hard problems
    • Teaches students what problems are actually used as the foundation to secure all our digital assets, and about the security assessment used in cryptography and how it relates to selecting key-sizes in practice
    • Advises security engineers how to avoid common pitfalls when deploying security solutions
    • Written in tribute to the scientific research career of Professor Arjen K. Lenstra, on the occasion of his 65th birthday
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    • Publication planned for: February 2022
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108795937
    • length: 398 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 153 x 21 mm
    • weight: 0.58kg
    • availability: Not yet published - available from January 2022
  • Table of Contents

    1. Introduction Joppe Bos and Martijn Stam
    Part I. Crytanalysis:
    2. Lattice attacks on NTRU and LWE – a history of refinements Martin Albrecht and Léo Ducas
    3. History of integer factorization Samuel Wagstaff, Jr.
    4. Lattice-based integer factorization – an introduction to Coppersmith's Method Alexander May
    5. Computing discrete logarithms Rob Granger and Antoine Joux
    6. RSA, DH, and DSA in the wild Nadia Heninger
    7. A survey of chosen-prefix collisions attacks Marc Stevens
    Part II. Implementations:
    8. Efficient modular arithmetic Joppe Bos, Thorsten Kleinjung and Daniel Page
    9. Arithmetic software libraries Victor Shoup
    10. XTR and Tori Martijn Stam
    11. History of cryptographic key sizes Nigel Smart and Emmanuel Thomé.

  • Editors

    Joppe Bos, NXP Semiconductors, Belgium
    Joppe W. Bos is a cryptographic researcher in the Competence Center for Crypto & Security at NXP Semiconductors, Leuven, Belgium. Previously, he was a post-doctoral researcher in the Cryptography Research Group at Microsoft Research and obtained his PhD at EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland. His research focuses on computational number theory and high-performance arithmetic as used in (post-quantum) public-key cryptography. He is the editor of the book Topics in Computational Number Theory Inspired by Peter L. Montgomery and serves as the Editor of the Cryptology ePrint Archive, and he is elected as the Secretary of the International Association for Cryptologic Research.

    Martijn Stam, Simula UiB, Norway
    Martijn Stam is a Chief Research Scientist in cryptology at Simula UiB, Bergen, Norway. Previously, he was a Reader in Cryptology at the University of Bristol, UK and a postdoc at EPFL Switzerland. He obtained his PhD at the TU Eindhoven in the Netherlands. His research ranges a wide area of cryptologic research, with an emphasis on a mathematical and algorithmic perspective. He has won two FSE Best Paper Awards and served as elected Secretary of the IACR from 2011 to 2016.

    Contributors

    Joppe Bos, Martijn Stam, Martin Albrecht, Léo Ducas, Samuel Wagstaff, Jr., Alexander May, Rob Granger, Antoine Joux, Nadia Heninger, Marc Stevens, Thorsten Kleinjung, Daniel Page, Victor Shoup, Nigel Smart, Emmanuel Thomé

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