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Praise for the First Edition:
This book is a comprehensive, rigorous introduction to what the authors name modern cryptography a novel approach to how cryptography is taught, replacing the older, construction-based approach. The concepts are clearly stated, both in an intuitive fashion and formally. I would heartily recommend this book to anyone who is interested in cryptography. the exercises are challenging and interesting, and can benefit readers of all academic levels.
IACR book reviews, January 2010

Over the past 30 years, cryptography has been transformed from a mysterious art into a mathematically rigorous science. The textbook by Jonathan Katz and Yehuda Lindell finally makes this modern approach to cryptography accessible to a broad audience. Readers of this text will learn how to think precisely about the security of protocols against arbitrary attacks, a skill that will remain relevant and useful regardless of how technology and cryptography standards change. The book uses just enough formalism to maintain precision and rigor without obscuring the development of ideas. It manages to convey both the theory's conceptual beauty and its relevance to practice. I plan to use it every time I teach an undergraduate course in cryptography.
Salil Vadhan, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

the greatest attribute is the fact that the material is presented in such a unified way. These are not just a collection of topics from cryptography, thrown together at random. One topic leads effortlessly to the next. As such, this is a virtually indispensible resource for modern cryptography.
Donald L. Vestal, South Dakota State University, "MAA Online," July 2008

an excellent introduction to the theoretical background of cryptography. It would be a fine textbook for an advanced undergraduate (or graduate) course in theoretical computer science for students who have already seen the rudiments of cryptography. It will be a

Praise for the First Edition:

"This book is a comprehensive, rigorous introduction to what the authors name modern cryptography. a novel approach to how cryptography is taught, replacing the older, construction-based approach. The concepts are clearly stated, both in an intuitive fashion and formally. I would heartily recommend this book to anyone who is interested in cryptography. The exercises are challenging and interesting, and can benefit readers of all academic levels."
IACR Book Reviews, January 2010

"Over the past 30 years, cryptography has been transformed from a mysterious art into a mathematically rigorous science. The textbook by Jonathan Katz and Yehuda Lindell finally makes this modern approach to cryptography accessible to a broad audience. Readers of this text will learn how to think precisely about the security of protocols against arbitrary attacks, a skill that will remain relevant and useful regardless of how technology and cryptography standards change. The book uses just enough formalism to maintain precision and rigor without obscuring the development of ideas. It manages to convey both the theory's conceptual beauty and its relevance to practice. I plan to use it every time I teach an undergraduate course in cryptography."
Salil Vadhan, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

"The greatest attribute is the fact that the material is presented in such a unified way. This is not just a collection of topics from cryptography thrown together at random. One topic leads effortlessly to the next. As such, this is a virtually indispensable resource for modern cryptography."
Donald L. Vestal, South Dakota State University, Brookings, USA, from "MAA Online," July 2008

" an excellent introduction to the theoretical background of cryptography. It would be a fine textbook for an advanced undergraduate (or graduate) course in theoretical computer science for students who have already seen the rudiments of cryptography. It will be a valuable reference for researchers in the field."
Steven D. Galbraith, "Mathematical Reviews," 2009

"The book is highly recommended as a textbook in cryptography courses at graduate or advanced undergraduate levels. covers, in a splendid way, the main notions of current cryptography from the point of view of information-theoretical security. This corresponds indeed to a modern cryptography approach."
Guillermo Morales-Luna, "Zentralblatt MATH," Vol. 1143"

"The work is comprehensive, rigorous, and yet accessible for dedicated students."
"Computing Reviews," October 2015

" this book fills a significant gap among previous cryptography textbooks by explicitly discussing the philosophy behind this approach, gradually building up the relevant theory and giving a broad overview of the discipline conceived within this framework. The result is a coherent picture of the field that provides a pleasing clarity in its explanation of this perspective through a systematic, step-by-step development of important concepts. The material from the first edition has been restructured and expanded, with an emphasis on practical aspects that provides a nice counterpoint to the theory and helps to highlight its real-world relevance. This textbook is appropriate for use in teaching at either an advanced undergraduate or graduate level a particularly valuable resource for graduate students with a computer science or mathematics background who are seeking a pathway to understanding the current cryptography research literature. In the preface, the authors mention their aim of treating modern cryptography through a unified approach that is rigorous yet accessible Introduction to Modern Cryptography achieves this admirably."
"Mathematical Reviews," August 2015

Praise for the First Edition:
"This book is a comprehensive, rigorous introduction to what the authors name modern cryptography. a novel approach to how cryptography is taught, replacing the older, construction-based approach. The concepts are clearly stated, both in an intuitive fashion and formally. I would heartily recommend this book to anyone who is interested in cryptography. The exercises are challenging and interesting, and can benefit readers of all academic levels."
IACR Book Reviews, January 2010

"Over the past 30 years, cryptography has been transformed from a mysterious art into a mathematically rigorous science. The textbook by Jonathan Katz and Yehuda Lindell finally makes this modern approach to cryptography accessible to a broad audience. Readers of this text will learn how to think precisely about the security of protocols against arbitrary attacks, a skill that will remain relevant and useful regardless of how technology and cryptography standards change. The book uses just enough formalism to maintain precision and rigor without obscuring the development of ideas. It manages to convey both the theory's conceptual beauty and its relevance to practice. I plan to use it every time I teach an undergraduate course in cryptography."
Salil Vadhan, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

"The greatest attribute is the fact that the material is presented in such a unified way. This is not just a collection of topics from cryptography thrown together at random. One topic leads effortlessly to the next. As such, this is a virtually indispensable resource for modern cryptography."
Donald L. Vestal, South Dakota State University, Brookings, USA, "MAA Online," July 2008

" an excellent introduction to the theoretical background of cryptography. It would be a fine textbook for an advanced undergraduate (or graduate) course in theoretical computer science for students who have already seen the rudiments of cryptography. It will be a valuable reference for researchers in the field."
Steven D. Galbraith, "Mathematical Reviews," 2009

"The book is highly recommended as a textbook in cryptography courses at graduate or advanced undergraduate levels. covers, in a splendid way, the main notions of current cryptography from the point of view of information-theoretical security. This corresponds indeed to a modern cryptography approach."
Guillermo Morales-Luna, "Zentralblatt MATH," Vol. 1143"

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Jonathan Katz is a professor of computer science at the University of Maryland, and director of the Maryland Cybersecurity Center. He has published over 100 articles on cryptography, and serves as an editor of the "Journal of Cryptology," the premier journal of the field. Prof. Katz has been invited to give introductory lectures on cryptography for audiences in academia, industry, and government, as well as an on-line cryptography course through Coursera.

Yehuda Lindell is a professor of computer science at Bar-Ilan University. He has published more than 90 articles on cryptography and four books, and has considerable industry experience in deploying cryptographic schemes. Professor Lindell lectures widely in both academic and industry venues on both theoretical and applied cryptography, and has been recognized with two prestigious grants from the European Research Council.


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Very rigorous and complete, completely worthwhile if you are really into crypto 2. Januar 2015
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I have not finished the book yet, but from material I went so far and from Jonathan Katz's course on Cryptography I think I can describe authors way of providing information. I would characterize it in two keywords: rigorous and complete. Other materials I have met were maybe more lively but this one is is the best if you are really serious about crypto. It will give all the details you need to understand and work with modern cryptographic primitives. I will teach how to prove or disprove properties of various cryptographic schemes.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Rigorous Treatment 7. Mai 2015
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A rigorous treatment based on clear assumptions and proofs derived from those assumptions. Mastering the topic is not easy, but Katz's writing is clear.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The best introductory book available 4. März 2016
Von Mike Brody - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I think this is simply the very best introductory book available. It does require some math background, but nothing extensive. Anyone with a basic computer science education should be able to follow along. To many books are either at too complex a level, or overly simple. I think this book nailed it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great for diligent students 24. November 2015
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Great Intro to modern cryptography
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Pertaining to the kindle edition: font size is tiny ... 26. Januar 2016
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Pertaining to the kindle edition: font size is tiny and unable to change it. Fix this problem and I will update/write new review with 5 stars.
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