A Classical Introduction to Cryptography

Applications for Communications Security

Errata

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p. iii, line 11: Swiss Federal Institute of Technologies (EPFL)
p. xvi, line 7: the Grail of cryptographers
p. 13, line 7: highly esteemed
p. 13, line 28: US clipper chip
p. 15, line 13: but a high security should be replaced by and also high security
p. 18, line 1: at least should be replaced by at most
p. 18, Theorem 1.3: reference [167] should appear
p. 39, caption of Fig. 2.24: f4 should be replaced by f64
p. 43, line 16: 196 should be replaced by 192
p. 47, line -10: 256 bits should be replaced by 128 bits
p. 60, line 5: for j=i+1 to t
p. 70, line 18: that the US standard
p. 92: line 5: Secure applications with an s
p. 99: in the second round, the octal sequence between S and E should be "00 00 12 50" instead of "00 00 12 30"
p. 100, line 5: "00 00 12 30 00 00 00 00" should rather be "00 00 12 50 00 00 00 00"
p. 100, line 7: "DPS4(30,0)" should rather be "DPS4(50,0)"
p. 110, line 13: the formula should rather be "ckappa=sumu nu, b_R dot (P(S1(u oplus kappa))||0000000) "
p. 121, line -2: sum should be on Pr[Delta X=x,...,Delta W=w]
p. 158, line 12: "x/r" should rather be "x/n"
p. 161, line 7: we do not suggest writing it a x b
p. 177: footnote should be numbered and not referenced with a *
p. 229, line -7: page reference should be p. 145
p. 229, line -5: page reference should be p. 203
p. 233, Figure 9.5, middle column: K should receive Yx'w instead of yx'w
p. 234, line 10: page reference should be p. 140
p. 235, Theorem 9.1: reference [99] should appear
p. 241, line -11: window
p. 249, line -2: page reference should be p. 203
p. 271, line -23: statistical behavior
p. 280, line 11: both x's are
p. 317, reference [39]: Publisher is in Konstanz
p. 323, reference [128]: 3rd author's name Vanstone is misspelled
p. 326, reference [167]: first publication date should be 1949 instead of 1969

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