In this second week we will explore and discuss the vast array of benefits that a blockchain technology system can bring to different industries and business markets. We will also consider together how Blockchain technology is an ideal system to manage educational achievement and merit. These are the same technologies that allow you to log into your favorite website without revealing your password and the same technologies that allow you to send a private, encrypted text message.
By the end of the week you will apply a hashing algorithm to a character string and see the results. As you will see in this final week, it is sometimes important to step back from a purely functional discussion of what the blockchain can do to what it means when it does it.
You will apply cryptography and hashing to a simple scenario in order to determine the authenticity of a simulated email message. Gain a fundamental understanding of blockchain technology and its components. Learn how such applications as cryptofinance makes use of the blockchain for decentralized, peer-to-peer transaction processing. Apply your knowledge of blockchain technology to enhance your trust and confidence in cryptocurrency trading and other situations where the blockchain is used.
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If you don't see the audit option:. When you enroll in the course, you get access to all of the courses in the Specialization, and you earn a certificate when you complete the work. Your electronic Certificate will be added to your Accomplishments page - from there, you can print your Certificate or add it to your LinkedIn profile.
If you only want to read and view the course content, you can audit the course for free. More questions? Visit the Learner Help Center. Computer Science. Cryptography and Hashing Overview. Stefano M. Enroll for Free Starts Apr Offered By. Blockchain Specialization University of California, Irvine. About this Course 2, recent views. Flexible deadlines.
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Dan Boneh Professor Computer Science. Offered by. Video 12 videos. Course Overview 10m. What is Cryptography? History of Cryptography 18m. Discrete Probability Crash Course 18m. Discrete Probability Crash Course, Cont. Stream Ciphers and Pseudo Random Generators 19m. Real-World Stream Ciphers 19m. PRG Security Definitions 24m. Semantic Security 15m. Stream Ciphers are Semantically Secure [optional] 10m. Reading 2 readings.
Lecture slides for all six weeks 10m. Course overview and additional reading resources 10m. Quiz 2 practice exercises. Week 1 - Problem Set 30m. Week 1 - Programming Assignment [optional] 30m. Video 11 videos. What are Block Ciphers? The Data Encryption Standard 21m. Exhaustive Search Attacks 19m. More Attacks on Block Ciphers 16m. Modes of Operation: One Time Key 7m. Week 2 - Problem Set 30m. Week 2 - Programming Assignment [Optional] 30m. Message Authentication Codes 15m.
Generic Birthday Attack 14m. The Merkle-Damgard Paradigm 11m. Constructing Compression Functions 8m. Timing attacks on MAC verification 8m. Week 3 - Problem Set 30m. Week 3 - Programming Assignment [Optional] 30m.
Chosen Ciphertext Attacks 12m. Case Study: TLS 1. CBC Padding Attacks 14m. Attacking Non-Atomic Decryption 9m. Key Derivation 13m. Deterministic Encryption 14m. Tweakable Encryption 14m. Format Preserving Encryption 12m. Week 4 - Problem Set 30m. Week 4 - Programming Project [Optional] 30m. Show More. Video 9 videos. Trusted 3rd Parties 11m. Merkle Puzzles 11m. The Diffie-Hellman Protocol 19m. Public-Key Encryption 10m. Fermat and Euler 18m.
Modular e'th Roots 17m. Arithmetic algorithms 12m. Intractable Problems 18m. Reading 1 reading. More background on number theory 10m. Week 5 - Problem Set 30m. Week 5 - Programming Assignment [Optional] 30m. Definitions and Security 15m. RSA in Practice 13m.
The ElGamal Public-key System 19m. ElGamal Security 13m. A Unifying Theme 11m. Farewell For Now 5m. Week 6 - Problem Set 30m.
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