Cryptography Engineering Available as an eBook

Finally, Cryptography Engineering is available as an ebook. Even better, it's today's deal of the day at O'Reilly: $27.50 (50% off) and no copy protection. (The discount won't show until you add the book to your cart.)

Posted on December 26, 2012 at 11:50 AM • 4 Comments


Geoffrey KiddDecember 26, 2012 12:52 PM

Thank you for the blog post. I didn't get an email from them, so I'm very glad I didn't miss this one.

John DoeDecember 26, 2012 1:32 PM

No DRM? That takes all the challenge out of applying what you learn from this e-book...

fooDecember 26, 2012 6:03 PM

Even after the reported studies by Diego Aranha and the information disclosure exploited by Sergio Freitas, Brazil is still portrayed as the biggest example on how electronic voting can be 100% secure and tamper-proof. A 19 year old hacker, not only demonstrated how elections could be rigged, but admitted on doing so together with a small group, and even pointed at who was benefited from this.

halcyonanonDecember 27, 2012 10:52 AM

This book is still cited as reference in all the online MIT courses i've taken. Some of the android and ios devs making crypto sms and full disc encryption should've read this.. there's still a few apps listed that aren't properly using random pools thus useless crypto

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