INFS 766: INTERNET SECURITY PROTOCOLS
Spring 2004, Tuesday
5:30pm - 8:40pm,
NG Important Notice:
The final course schedule is posted and will not be changed.
Examination 2 has been posted here Due in class 6/15/04.
: Assignment 2 has been
posted 5/17/04 here Due in
: Lecture schedule has
been modified. 5/10/04 New “SSL trust
pitfalls” lecture inserted on 5/18/04. PKCS lecture has been dropped.
: Examination 1 has
been posted 5/1/04 here Due in class 5/11/04.
: Assignment 1 has been
posted 4/8/04 here Due in class 5/11/04.
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Grades will be based on
examinations and assignments.
All examinations and assignments have roughly equal weightage. Final grades will be assigned
by “curving” grades assigned on individual assignments and
Schedule: The schedule is
subject to change and adjustment as the semester proceeds.
There is no textbook as
The following is
recommended as a backup to the lectures and as a useful reference
source. The lectures are not
directly based on this book but cover much the same material. Network Security; Private
Communication in a Public World
Kaufman, Perlman and Speciner
2nd edition, 2002
Prentice Hall, ISBN 0-13-046019-2
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