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Author Sweigart, Al.
Title Hacking secret ciphers with Python / by Al Sweigart.
Pub Info [San Francisco, Calif.] : [Al Sweigart], ©2013.
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 Orleans-Children's Room  J 005 SWEI     AVAILABLE
Edition 1st ed.
Descript 416 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
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Note "Book version 1"--Title page verso.
Contents Making paper cryptography tools -- Installing Python -- The interactive shell -- Strings and writing programs -- The reverse cipher -- The Caesar cipher -- Hacking the Caesar cipher with the brute-force technique -- Encrypting with the transposition cipher -- Decrypting with the transposition cipher -- Programming a program to test our program -- Encrypting and decrypting files -- Detecting English programmatically -- Hacking the transposition cipher -- Modular arithmetic with the multiplicative and affine ciphers -- The affine cipher -- Hacking the affine cipher -- The simple substitution cipher -- Hacking the simple substitution cipher -- The vigenere cipher -- Frequency analysis -- Hacking the vigenere cipher -- The one-time pad cipher -- Finding prime numbers -- Public key cryptography adn the RSA cipher.
Subject Python (Computer program language)
Ciphers.
Cryptography.
Note Subtitle on cover: Beginner's guide to cryptography and computer programming with Python
ISBN 9781482614374
1482614375
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