Volume Four is composed of one large issue, containing a total 281 pages.
|Featured Algorithm:||The APEX Cryptosystem|
|Diskettes:||3 DS/HD 3.5" Diskettes|
|Programs:||Approximately 14,700 lines of Delphi, FoxPro, Mathematica, Turbo Pascal, PostScript, and POVRAY|
|Number of pages in this issue:||281 color pages|
|Date of Publication:||February 1997|
We develop the APEX Crtptosystem using Delphi for Windows. We also examine in detail CD technology including the first Cryptosystems Journal CD-ROM's, CD-R (recordable CD's), and Photo-CD's. We also examine the technology of the World Wide Web (WWW) and especially the Cryptosystems Journal web pages at this URL. Continuing our interest in computer graphics and fractals, we look further at the topics of symmetry and chaos, and continue our study of the PostScript language and computer graphics. The RANGER Device continues to shrink, and we present the world's smalles -- about the size of a 3x5 card.
We also examine other topics of interest in our study of cryptology and computer science as we continue to enhance our ability to understand the security (strength) of cryptosystems. Much discussion concerning randomness, which is very important for our crypto-keys. Of course, there will also be additional information for many new books, other crypto software, security topics, PC utility software, programming tools, books, etc. Volume 4 will be published in color by "book on demand" techniques using the H-P 1200C/PS printer.
Volume 4 was published in color by "book on demand" techniques using the H-P 1200C/PS printer.
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