Key Cryptography Concept Explained

I thought this video explanation of Public Key Cryptography: Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange [or, if you prefer, Diffie-Hellman-Merkle key exchange] was unusually clear. Secure key exchange is really important, because exchanging keys securely with someone is an essential prerequisite to creating a secure communications channel with them.

This video is great for people who want an intro to one of the central ideas in modern cryptography:

OK, there was a little math in there, but not so much.

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One Response to Key Cryptography Concept Explained

  1. Earl Killian says:

    Dan Boneh’s online crypto course is very good for those who want a more in-depth treatment.
    http://www.coursera.org/crypto/

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