Volume Three is composed of one large issue, containing a total of 156 color pages!
|Featured Algorithm:||The PEAK Cryptosystem|
|Diskettes:||Two 3.5" Diskettes|
|Programs:||Over 22,000 lines of source code: Turbo Pascal for DOS, Turbo Pascal for Windows, C++, and BASIC on 2 diskettes|
|Number of pages in this issue:||156 -- every one in color|
|Date of Publication:||December 1994|
This large volume includes two significant cryptosystems: The PEAK (Parametrically Extensible Algorithmic Key) Cryptosystem and the patented Warlock Matrix-Based Paradigm for Public Key Cryptography! Additional programs cover steganography and mimic functions. Pretty Good Privacy is reviewed. There are a large number of computer graphics topics and programs including Postscript, Julia Sets, Fractals for Windows, Modified Feather Fractals, and the review of four computer graphics books. Covered also is the National Cryptologic Museum (located outside Washington, DC), and five free books published by the National Security Agency. We also discuss the Clipper chip (included are also letters from The White House and the U.S. Congress).
On the hardware side, the GIGAHERTZ RANGER Device is presented (containing over one GigaHertz of crystal oscillators)! Step-by-Step kit building instructions are presented. Detailed information about the PAL (Programmable Array Logic) RANGER Device is discussed as yet another improvement (small size and reduced parts count).
There is much other interesting and estoric information, including Radio Communications, Secure Computing, Internet and USENET access, color printing, the LISTER2P utility programs, crystal oscillators, digital electronics, static electricity, three video tape movies, Windows, font technologies, three new crypto books, a puzzle, and invisible inks!
Volume 3 is published in color by "book on demand" techniques using the Hewlett-Packard 1200C/PS.
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