|Harvard College/GSAS: 5911|
|Also offered via distance learning in the Harvard Extension School as CSCI E-177|
|Prof. Salil P. Vadhan|
Algorithms to guarantee privacy and authenticity of data during communication and computation. Rigorous proofs of security based on precise definitions and assumptions. Topics may include one-way functions, private-key and public-key encryption, digital signatures, pseudorandom generators, higher-level protocols such as electronic cash, and the role of cryptography in network and systems security.
Note: This course has been renumbered CS 127/CSCI E-127 as of Fall 2013. The new website is http://seas.harvard.edu/~salil/cs127.
Fall 2006 CS120 Syllabus (Harvard FAS)
Fall 2006 CSCI E-177 Syllabus (Harvard Extension)
Fall 2006 Lecture Notes & Assignments