(Notes: Continuing the series of articles on cryptography, here I will discuss the two early cryptographic techniques to better prepare readers for succeeding topics where I plan to cover symmetric key cryptography that will run up to the Russian One-Time Pads and the German Enigma which are the highlights of the second world war.) Spartan … Continue reading
(Notes: I’ve been having some interesting debates with a friend lately, and one of the things we did agree upon is the lack of resources in cryptography that the public can easily understand. Well, it is common knowledge that there are discussions in the security community that the best security defense is an educated user. … Continue reading
Ok, I know, I know. I owe you guys a proper update after being “absent” from blogging for quite some time. So, here is my take on the recently released Princeton Memory Vulnerability that seems to be gathering so much attention with the press and creating a sort of panic in the encryption community. — … Continue reading
My design and artistic portfolio is now available at Temperance. It is still being updated as I’m still locating my other works. [I think the files are still on Azrael (my previous PC) so I’ll be updating as soon as I transfer them to Aziraphale (my laptop)] Cheers! ^_^
For those who wish to know the UPCAT 2008 results (for those who took the UPCAT last August 2007) , the official list of passers can be found here. For those who passed, CONGRATULATIONS!!!
Cryptography had been around even before computing emerged as a field. The necessity to protect information had been around as early as Caesar’s time. Now every mono alphabetic substitution cipher is referred to as a Caesar’s cipher. The war between cryptanalysts and cryptographers had been long and frustrating. During the second world war, cryptanalysts raced … Continue reading
Things I’d like to have/do this yuletide season (in no particular order): A Violin. I want to try something new next year. So, I’d like to have a violin and eventually learn to play it. I don’t like instruments with more strings/holes/keys than the fingers on my hand. Haha. (Mom, Dad… please…?) A pen with … Continue reading
Pretty suggestive result. Haha. I’d like to think I’m on the right track. 😛 Your Learning Style: Innovative and Independent You are determined and driven. Confident in your abilities, no field is too difficult for you.You Should Study: Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Design, Engineering, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science What Should You Study?
From Quantum Cryptography: The idea of QC was first proposed only in the 1970’s by Wiesner (1983) and by Charles H. Bennett from IBMand Gilles Brassard fromMontr´eal University (1984, 1985). However, this idea is so simple that actually every first year student since the infancy of quantum mechanics could have discovered it! Nevertheless, it is … Continue reading
iBridge brings together the latest online technologies into one powerful solution, creating a more personal and interactive learning environment. It bridges desktop sharing, webmail service, online repository, forums, and conference rooms with voice and video conferencing which would allow students and teachers to meet face to face, in real-time, despite distant geographic separations. Enabling students … Continue reading