Chapter 1 Understanding Internet Security 1
Chapter 2 Protecting Against Eavesdroppers with Symmetric Cryptography 29
Chapter 3 Secure Key Exchange over an Insecure Medium with Public Key Cryptography 91
Chapter 4 Authenticating Communications Using Digital Signatures 157
Chapter 5 Creating a Network of Trust Using X.509 Certifi cates 221
Chapter 6 A Usable, Secure Communications Protocol: Client-Side TLS 297
Chapter 7 Adding Server-Side TLS 1.0 Support 381
Chapter 8 Advanced SSL Topics 415
Chapter 9 Adding TLS 1.2 Support to Your TLS Library 479
Chapter 10 Other Applications of SSL 543
Appendix A Binary Representation of Integers: A Primer 567
Appendix B Installing TCPDump and OpenSSL 573
Appendix C Understanding the Pitfalls of SSLv2 579
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should be the letters G, E, and T followed by a space.
This is referring to a specific character sequence.
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Third paragraph, second sentence:
"If you multiply this with any other (four-column) matrix"
"If you multiply this with any other (four row) matrix"
ALSO The lowest matrix, on the left-hand, should show a ^-1 inversion notation
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Last paragraph, last sentence should read:
"CTR mode didn't make it into TLS..."
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Second paragraph, second sentence, should read: "That is, look for extraneous chars..."
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At the bottom, should read:
"49200 + 6150 + 738 = 56088"
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the "Procedure for generating RSA keypairs" sidebar states:
3. Compute the totient function (p-1)(1-1)
This should read:
3. Compute the totient function (p-1)(q-1)
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Reads: "its slow runtime limits is practical uses".
Should read: "its slow runtime limits its practical uses".
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Reads: "sqrt(x^3-ax) has no solutions between 0 and 1 because x^3 - ax < 0".
Should read: "sqrt(x^3-x) has no solutions between 0 and 1 because x^3 - x < 0".
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"OpenSSL 1.0, although it includes elliptic-curve operations, doesn't support TLS 1.2, and therefore doesn't support online ECC".
Actually, as of February 8, 2011, while openssl 0.9.8r does not support elliptic-curve ciphersuites, openssl 1.0.0 does.
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"Obviously, with such a 4:1 ratio of input blocks to output blocks, there will be at least a one in four chance of a collision."
Actually, over the entire input space, the chance of a collision is actually significantly smaller than 1 in 4.