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Recent Advances and Future Developments

Despite being 2000 years old, cryptography is still a very active field of research. New needs and application fields, like privacy, the Internet of Things (IoT), physically unclonable functions (PUFs), post-quantum cryptography, and quantum key distribution, will keep fueling the work in this field. This book discusses quantum cryptography, lightweight cryptography for IoT, PUFs, cryptanalysis, and more. It provides a snapshot of some recent research results in the field, providing readers with some useful tools and stimulating new ideas and applications for future investigation.

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CryptographyRecent Advances and Future DevelopmentsEdited by Riccardo Bernardini

Published: August 18th 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.87684

ISBN: 978-1-83962-566-4

Print ISBN: 978-1-83962-565-7

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-588-6

Copyright year: 2021

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819 Total Chapter Downloads


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1. Hybrid Encryption Model Based on Advanced Encryption Standard and Elliptic Curve Pseudo Random

By Amal Hafsa, Mohamed Gafsi, Jihene Malek and Mohsen Machhout


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2. An Emphasis on Quantum Cryptography and Quantum Key Distribution

By Bharadwaja V. Srividya and Smitha Sasi


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3. Advancements in Optical Data Transmission and Security Systems

By Menachem Domb


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4.Survey and Analysis of Lightweight Authentication Mechanisms

By Adarsh Kumar and Deepak Kumar Sharma


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5. Security and Privacy of PUF-Based RFID Systems

By Ferucio Laurenţiu Ţiplea, Cristian Andriesei and Cristian Hristea


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6. The Security of Cryptosystems Based on Error-Correcting Codes

By Ahmed Drissi


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7. Tradeoff Attacks on Symmetric Ciphers

By Orhun Kara


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