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Network Security and Cryptography .
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Bernard L. Menezes, Network Security and Cryptography, Cengage Learning,. Menezes (2011). Cryptographic implementations are constantly under attack by hackers. .
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Menezes, Bernard L. (2009). Network Security and Cryptography. London, UK: Pearson Education Limited.. Menezes, Bernard L. Network Security and Cryptography; First Edition. Menezes, Bernlard L. Network Security and Cryptography; First Edition. Access Code: 690220.
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Modern Cryptography : Theory and Practice, Second Edition. It is, thus, a practical introduction to network security from an academic. In, Electronic Storage And Modern Cryptography, G. A.. Bruce, Third edition (2005),. pdf. For other books by Menezes see Search Menezes books.
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