Date of Award
Mathematics and Statistics
Caron, Richard J.
Pure sciences, Applied sciences, Aes, Cryptography, Ecc, Random, Rsa
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In this thesis, a rigorous introduction of the modern cryptographic algorithms AES, RSA, and ECC, which represent the defacto standard used by the world (as of the year 2013), is presented in a fashion that is familiar to Mathematicians, Computer Scientists, and Engineers. This deposition, containing a breadth of knowledge, is meant to facilitate the understanding and application for cryptographic usage and implementation. In addition, a novel method for generating true random numbers is presented. This combined together with cryptography provides a solution for generating large keys and sequences required for cryptographic operations.
Lee, Mike, "Investigating Modern Cryptography" (2013). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 4920.