Index of Cryptography Articles - C

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C2Net • C-36 (cipher machine) • C-52 (cipher machine) • CAcert.org • Caesar cipher • Camellia (cipher) • CAPICOM • Capstone (cryptography) • Cardan grille • Card catalog (cryptology) • Carlisle Adams • CAST-128 • CAST-256 • Cayley–Purser algorithm • CBC-MAC • CCM mode • CCMP • CD-57 • CDMF • Cellular Message Encryption Algorithm • Centiban • Central Security Service • Centre for Applied Cryptographic Research • Central Bureau • Certicom • Certificate authority • Certificate-based encryption • Certificateless cryptography • Certificate revocation list • Certificate signing request • Certification path validation algorithm • Chaffing and winnowing • Challenge-handshake authentication protocol • Challenge-response authentication • CHES • Chosen-ciphertext attack • Chosen-plaintext attack • CIKS-1 • Cipher disk • Cipher runes • CipherSaber • Cipherspace • Ciphertext expansion • Ciphertext indistinguishability • Ciphertext-only attack • Ciphertext stealing • CIPHERUNICORN-A • CIPHERUNICORN-E • Classical cipher • Claude Elwood Shannon • Claw-free permutation • Cleartext • CLEFIA • Clifford Cocks • Clipper chip • Clock (cryptography) • Clock drift • CMVP • COCONUT98 • Codebook • Code (cryptography) • Code talker • Codress message • Cold boot attack • Collision attack • Collision resistance • Colossus computer • Combined Cipher Machine • Commitment scheme • Common Scrambling Algorithm • Communications security • Communications Security Establishment • Communication Theory of Secrecy Systems • Comparison of disk encryption software • Comparison of SSH clients • Completeness (cryptography) • Complexity trap • Computational Diffie–Hellman assumption • Computational hardness assumption • Computer insecurity • Computer surveillance • COMSEC equipment • Conch (SSH) • Concrete security • Conel Hugh O'Donel Alexander • Confidentiality • Confusion and diffusion • Content-scrambling system • Controlled Cryptographic Item • Corkscrew (program) • Correlation immunity • Covert channel • Cover (telecommunications) • Crab (cipher) • Cramer–Shoup cryptosystem • CRAM-MD5 • CRHF • Crib (cryptanalysis) • CrossCrypt • Crowds • Cryptanalysis • Cryptanalysis of the Enigma • Cryptanalysis of the Lorenz cipher • Cryptanalytic computer • Cryptex • Cryptico • Crypto AG • Crypto-anarchism • Crypto API (Linux) • Microsoft CryptoAPI • CryptoBuddy • Cryptochannel • CRYPTO (conference) • Cryptogram • Cryptographically Generated Addresses • Cryptographically secure pseudorandom number generator • Cryptographically strong • Cryptographic Application Programming Interface • Cryptographic engineering • Cryptographic hash function • Cryptographic key types • Cryptographic Message Syntax • Cryptographic primitive • Cryptographic protocol • Cryptographic Service Provider • Cryptographie indéchiffrable • Cryptography • Cryptography in Japan • Cryptography newsgroups • Cryptography standards • Crypto: How the Code Rebels Beat the Government—Saving Privacy in the Digital Age • Cryptologia • Cryptology ePrint Archive • Cryptology Research Society of India • Cryptomathic • Cryptome • Cryptomeria cipher • Cryptonomicon • CrypTool • Crypto phone • Crypto-society • CryptoStick • Cryptosystem • Cryptovirology • CRYPTREC • CS-Cipher • Custom hardware attack • Cyclometer • Cypherpunk • Cyrillic Projector •

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