Both cryptography and cryptanalysis have become far more mathematical since World War II. Even so, it has taken the wide availability of computers, and the Internet as a communications medium, to bring effective cryptography into common use by anyone other than national governments or similarly large enterprises.
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... Significant books on cryptography include Gaines, Helen Fouché – Cryptanalysis, 1939, Dover, ISBN 0-486-20097-3 ... Dominic Welsh – Codes and Cryptography, Oxford University Press, 1988 ... Cryptography A Primer, John Wiley Sons, ISBN 0-471-08132-9 ...
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