Code-breaking, forgeries, murder, romance, ancient Greek cults brought to life, three-letter agencies defending national security---what more could one want? A compelling tale, well told! --Professor Ronald L. Rivest, M.I.T., the R in RSA
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A week story that was sold to me with promises of riddles and cryptography info. There are NO riddles at all that the reader can try to answer before the book, and the ONLY crypto... Read morePublished on August 1, 2010 by Marcelo Staudt
Juels knows his stuff. He knows his security, and he knows his cryptography. This was, honestly, the first thriller I read where the tech talk isn't a mishmash... Read more
The author is definitely smart and knowledgeable although I find its style a little pompous, at times. Read morePublished on April 16, 2010 by G. Sagrati
There are very few books where you can find text (albeit small amounts and well described) in Latin, French, Greek, and Discrete Mathematics notation. Read morePublished on September 11, 2009 by L. Moretti