Don,

Thanks for the reference and the great link.


Michael Crump
Saint-Gobain Containers
1509 S. Macedonia Ave.
Muncie, IN  47302
(765)741-7696
(765)741-7012 f
(800)428-8642

mailto:mike.crump@saint-gobain.com





                    Don
                    <dr2@cssas400.       To:     midrange-l@midrange.com
                    com>                 cc:
                                         Subject:     Re: Encryption basics - 
slightly off topic
                    12/03/01 07:38
                    PM
                    Please respond
                    to midrange-l







Mike,

Bruce's book on Applied Cryptography is about the best going....also
there's several on compression out there...if you want a reference on
compression I'll take a look at the library when I get back home...

Also, Bruce sends out a monthly eletter that's really decent...checkout
http://www.counterpane.net/crypto-gram.html

Don in DC

---------

On Mon, 3 Dec 2001 Mike.Crump@saint-gobain.com wrote:

> I suppose this is not directly AS/400 related but there seems to have
been
> enough discussion lately to warrant this question.
>
> Does anyone have an idea of a book that covers encryption basics (PGP,
SSL,
> SSH, VPN, Public Key, Private Key, HTTPS, Telnet, FTP, etc.)?  There is
of
> course some relevance to the AS/400 but this is more just to understand
> encryption basics.
>
> It seems like everytime I work on this my outside connection uses
something
> different.  I have one vendor who uses SMTP and PKZIP files with
passwords.
> Another one uses PGP as a default but only uses SSL on an exception
basis,
> etc., etc., etc................and then there was the discussion on SSH.
>
> Michael Crump
> Saint-Gobain Containers
> 1509 S. Macedonia Ave.
> Muncie, IN  47302
> (765)741-7696
> (765)741-7012 f
> (800)428-8642
>
> mailto:mike.crump@saint-gobain.com
>
>
>
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