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Java Cryptography (Java Series) Jonathan Knudsen 1565924029 9781565924024 Java Cryptography teaches you how to write secure programs using Javas cryptographic tools. It thoroughly discusses the java.security package and the Java C
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Java Cryptography (Java Series) by Jonathan Knudsen

Java Cryptography teaches you how to write secure programs using Javas cryptographic tools. It thoroughly discusses the java.security package and the Java Cryptography Extensions (JCE), showing you how to use security providers and even how to implement your own provider. It covers authentication, key management, and public and private key encryption and includes a secure talk application that encrypts all data sent over the network. If you work with sensitive data, youll find this book indispensable.

Author: Jonathan Knudsen

Language: English

Edition: 1

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 364

Publisher: OReilly Media

Publication Date: 1998-05-11

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