Brute Force: Cracking the Data Encryption Standard

Brute Force: Cracking The Data Encryption Standard

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Brute Force: Cracking the Data Encryption Standard

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Brute Force (2005, Copernicus Books) is a book by Matt Curtin about cryptography.

In this book, the author accounts his involvement in the DESCHALL Project, mobilizing thousands of personal computers in 1997 in order to meet the challenge to crack a single message encrypted with DES.

This was and remains one of the largest collaborations of any kind on a single project in history.

The message was unencrypted on June 18th and was found to be "Strong cryptography makes the world a safer place."

This is also the message of Matt's book. He uses a personal account and a compelling story to reveal to the uninitiated reader some insight into a topic of growing importance which is known for being quite complicated both technically and politically.

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