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🔷🔷 About 🔷🔷
This is the introduction lesson to the 6h Fundamental Cryptography in Theory and Python course.
Across 40 lessons, this course covers fundamental concepts of classic cryptography such as encryption, cryptographic hash functions, message authentication codes and digital signatures.
With this Fundamental Cryptography in Theory and Python course, you will first and foremost gain a solid understanding of cryptography as a tool to realize the 4 classic security goals confidentiality, integrity, authenticity, and non-repudiation.
To get there, you will learn the basic theory of fundamental cryptographic primitives, the security notions associated with each primitive, and will learn, how to apply your theoretical understanding of the subject by learning how to make use of the various cryptographic primitives in Python.
On top, and to deepen your understanding of the subject even further, you will not only learn how to use the cryptographic primitives in Python, but will additionally also learn, how to implement most of these primitives in Python yourself.
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