CS588: Cryptology - Principles and Applications, Fall 2001
Manifest: Monday 17 September 2001
Assignments Due Before 21 September Email or talk to me about your project topic ideas Wednesday, 26 September Problem Set 2 Monday, 1 October Projects Preliminary Proposal
ReadingsMBC, Chapter 7.
- EFF's Clipper archive
- NIST's AES Home Page
- Rijndael Fan Club Home Page
- Block encryption for the 21st century, Bruce Schneier, Dr. Dobb's Journal December 1998 .
- The Advanced Encryption Standard
- Why would Clipper never work?
- What is AES? How has cryptology changed since the DES Program?
- What are the characteristics of a modern block cipher?
- What are the criteria for choosing a good block cipher?
- How does RC6 work?
- How was Rijndael designed?
FAQ #1. How is that pronounced ? If you're Dutch, Flemish, Indonesian, Surinamer or South-African, it's pronounced like you think it should be. Otherwise, you could pronounce it like "Reign Dahl", "Rain Doll", "Rhine Dahl". We're not picky. As long as you make it sound different from "Region Deal".
From Vincent Rijmen's Rijnadael Page
University of Virginia
Department of Computer Science
CS 588: Cryptology - Principles and Applications