|Courses in Cryptology|
|236508||Cryptography and Complexity||-||?|
|236500||Cryptanalysis||Spring||3||Previously given under 236612 and 236613|
|236612||Advanced Topics in Cryptology||-||3|
|236613||Advanced Topics in Cryptology||-||2|
|Courses in Computer Security|
|236350||Network Security||Winter + Spring||3|
|?||Reverse Engineering||Spring||3||Course number will be decided later|
|?||Computer Security||Winter||3||Was given under 236652 last spring. Will be given under 236653 in the winter|
|236349||Project in Computer Security||Winter + Spring||3|
|236499||Project in Firewalls||Winter||3|
|236652||Advanced Topics in Computer Security||see Reverse Engineeing and Computer Security||2||Computer Security was given under this number (the new course) - next time it will be given under 236653|
|236653||Advanced Topics in Computer Security||see Reverse Engineeing and Computer Security||3||Reverse Engineering was given under this number, Computer Security (the new course) will be given under this number in the Winter Semester|
|* 2 points=lecture only. 3 points=lecture + one tutorial hour|
The course is not a course in cryptology, although an introduction to cryptography is given, and althogh cryptographic protocols for securing networks are taught in the course.
The course was given under 236653 in Spring 2014 and Spring 2015, and is expected to be given in Spring 2016 under a new number.
The course was given under 236652 in Spring 2015, and will be given under 236653 in Winter 2015-2016.
This is the parallel of Modern Cryptology (236506) in the Electrical Engineering (EE) department. The prerequisite are more favorable for the students of EE.
This is a graduate-level course that covers topics from theoretical cryptography, cryptographic protocols and works from current crypto research and applications. It has a significant overlap with Cryptography and Complexity (236508).