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Learn Cryptography

About

Cryptography is the study of information hiding and verification. It includes the protocols, algorithms and strategies to securely and consistently prevent or delay unauthorized access to sensitive information and enable verifiability of every component in a communication.

Cryptography is derived from the Greek words: kryptós, "hidden", and gráphein, "to write" - or "hidden writing". People who study and develop cryptography are called cryptographers. The study of how to circumvent the use of cryptography for unintended recipients is called cryptanalysis, or codebreaking. Cryptography and cryptanalysis are sometimes grouped together under the umbrella term cryptology, encompassing the entire subject. In practice, "cryptography" is also often used to refer to the field as a whole, especially as an applied science. At the dawn of the 21 century in an ever more interconnected and technological world cryptography started to be ubiquitous as well as the reliance on the benefits it brings, especially the increased security and verifiability.

Content

Part I: Introducing Cryptography

  1. History of Cryptography
    1. Classical Cryptography
    2. Contemporary Cryptography
    3. Cryptography in Popular Culture
    4. Timeline of Notable Events
  2. Fundamental Concepts
    1. Goals of Cryptography
    2. Goals of Cryptanalysis
    3. Role of Cryptography in Computer Security
    4. Symmetric Key Ciphers
    5. Asymmetric Key Ciphers
    6. Random Number Generation
    7. Hashes
    8. Key Distribution and Authentication (key management and the web of trust)
    9. Common flaws and weaknesses
    10. Secure Passwords
    11. S-box

Part II: Designing Cryptosystems

  1. The Basic Principles
  2. Little Secrets Hide Bigger Secrets
  3. Open Algorithms and the Value of Peer-Review
  4. Think Like a Cryptanalyst
  5. Cryptography/Error Correction Systems
  6. Mathematical Background
  7. Computer Security is More Than Encryption
  8. Unbroken is Not Necessarily Unbreakable

Part III: Cryptanalysis

  1. The Basic Principles
  2. Weaknesses
    1. Proportionality of Secrecy
      1. Length of the key
      2. Quality of Random Source
      3. Plaintext effect on Ciphertext
    2. Statistical Leaking
    3. Faulty Implementation
    4. Inadequate Peer-Review
    5. Social Engineering and Coercion
    6. Leakage and Side Channels
  3. Attacks
    1. Brute-Force Attack
      1. Dictionary Attack
    2. Frequency Analysis
    3. Index of Coincidence
    4. Linear Cryptanalysis
    5. Differential Cryptanalysis
    6. Meet in the Middle Attack
    7. Man-in-the-middle attack
  4. Breaking Hash Algorithms
    1. Collisions
      1. Generating
      2. Exploiting
    2. Birthday Attack
    3. Joux Attack
    4. Time Memory Trade Off (rainbow tables)
  5. How Historical Systems Were Broken
    1. Transposition Ciphers
    2. Caesar Cipher
    3. Enigma Machine
    4. Permutation Cipher
    5. Vigenère Cipher

Part IV: Using Cryptosystems

  1. Applying Cryptography
    1. Digital Signatures
      1. Introduction to Digital Signatures
      2. DSA
    2. Database protection
    3. E-Cash
    4. E-Voting
    5. DRM
    6. Biometrics
    7. Anonymity
  2. Classical Ciphers
    1. Beale Cipher
    2. Transposition Ciphers
    3. Caesar cipher
    4. Atbash Cipher
    5. Autokey cipher
    6. Playfair Cipher
    7. Polyalphabetic substitution
    8. Scytale
    9. Substitution cipher
    10. nomenclator
    11. Permutation Cipher
    12. Affine cipher
    13. Vigenère cipher
    14. Polybius square
    15. ADFGVX cipher
    16. Fractionation (Polybius square, straddling checkerboard, CT-37c conversion table, etc.)
  3. Contemporary Ciphers
    1. Symmetric Ciphers
      1. Enigma Machine
      2. Solitaire cipher
      3. One-Time Pads
      4. Ciphersaber
      5. Data Encryption Standard (DES)
      6. Advanced Encryption Standard
    2. Asymmetric Ciphers
      1. Overview
      2. A Basic Public Key Example
      3. RSA
      4. ElGamal
      5. Elliptic Curve
      6. Blum-Goldwasser
    3. Hashes
      1. MD5
      2. SHA-1
      3. SHA-2
      4. RadioGatún, the direct predecessor of SHA-3
      5. SHA-3
      6. RIPEMD-160
      7. Tiger
      8. message authentication code (often MAC); A MAC algorithm is sometimes called a keyed (cryptographic) hash function.
  4. Protocols
    1. Authentication protocols
      1. e.g. Kerberos
    2. Key exchange protocols
      1. Diffie-Hellman
    3. Secure Communications
      1. e.g. SSL, SSH
      2. Generate a keypair using OpenSSL

Part V: Cryptography and Society

  1. The Changing Nature of Cryptographic Use
  2. Cryptography, Governments and Laws
  3. Expectations of Normal Users

Part VI: Miscellaneous

  1. Future Possibilities
    1. Quantum Cryptography
    2. Faster, More Parallel Linear Computers

14 hours

3,312 €

Freqtrade Fundamentals

About

Freqtrade is a free and open source crypto trading bot written in Python. It is designed to support all major exchanges and be controlled via Telegram. It contains backtesting, plotting and money management tools as well as strategy optimization by machine learning.

Disclaimer

This software is for educational purposes only. Do not risk money which you are afraid to lose. USE THE SOFTWARE AT YOUR OWN RISK. THE AUTHORS AND ALL AFFILIATES ASSUME NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR TRADING RESULTS. Always start by running a trading bot in Dry-run and do not engage money before you understand how it works and what profit/loss you should expect. We strongly recommend you to have coding and Python knowledge. Do not hesitate to read the source code and understand the mechanism of this bot.

Content

  • Supported Exchange Marketplaces
  • Features
  • Quick Start
  • Basic Usage
  • Development Branches
  • Support
  • Requirements

7 hours

1,656 €

Solidity Smart Contracts: Build DApps In Ethereum Blockchain

About

Solidity is an object-oriented programming language for writing smart contracts. It is used for implementing smart contracts on various blockchain platforms, most notably, Ethereum. It was developed by Christian Reitwiessner, Alex Beregszaszi, and several former Ethereum core contributors to enable writing smart contracts on blockchain platforms such as Ethereum.

Solidity is a statically-typed programming language designed for developing smart contracts that run on the Ethereum Virtual Machine, also known as EVM.

Content

  • Concept of Solidity programming language
  • Truffle Framework and Ganache
  • Smart Contract Test
  • The Ethereum blockchain
  • Security
  • Metamask as Ethereum wallet
  • Token deployment

14 hours

3,312 €

Blockchain Cybersecurity

About

Blockchain development is being known as perhaps the most progressive and huge improvement of today. Blockchain development was first recognized on the planet's most standard progressed money, Bitcoin, anyway has now changed the stance of a couple of affiliations and drew in them to use it regardless, for limit and move of huge worth.

Content

  • The digital danger 
  • Ethereum and Hyperledger Blockchain 
  • Blockchain security 
  • Creation of Blockchain-based applications 
  • Develop Blockchain-based PKI arrangements 

7 hours

1,656 €

Learn Python Bitcoin Programming

About

It is a decentralized digital currency without a central bank or single administrator that can be sent from user to user on the peer-to-peer bitcoin network without the need for intermediaries. Transactions are verified by network nodes through cryptography and recorded in a public distributed ledger called a blockchain. Bitcoins are created as a reward for a process known as mining. They can be exchanged for other currencies, products, and services. Research produced by the University of Cambridge estimates that in 2017, there were 2.9 to 5.8 million unique users using a cryptocurrency wallet, most of them using bitcoin.

The course shows you the fundamental ideas of both Bitcoin and Blockchain and gives you a review of these intrinsic ideas by telling you the best way to construct Bitcoin-driven applications with Python. 

Content

  • Bitcoin APIs in Python
  • Creation of Bitcoin trading bots 
  • Programs for Bitcoin payments
  • Bitcoin mining software development
  • Creation of keys, wallets and addresses in Python code
  • Generation of Bitcoin transaction reports

21 hours

4,968 €

The Basics of Blockchain

About

blockchain, originally block chain, is a growing list of records, called blocks, that are linked using cryptography. Each block contains a cryptographic hash of the previous block, a timestamp, and transaction data (generally represented as a Merkle tree).

By design, a blockchain is resistant to modification of its data. This is because once recorded, the data in any given block cannot be altered retroactively without alteration of all subsequent blocks. For use as a distributed ledger, a blockchain is typically managed by a peer-to-peer network collectively adhering to a protocol for inter-node communication and validating new blocks. Although blockchain records are not unalterable, blockchains may be considered secure by design and exemplify a distributed computing system with high Byzantine fault tolerance. The blockchain has been described as "an open, distributed ledger that can record transactions between two parties efficiently and in a verifiable and permanent way".

Content

  • Blockchain overview
  • Structure
    • Blocks
    • Decentralization
    • Openness
  • Uses
    • Cryptocurrencies
    • Smart contracts
    • Financial services
    • Video games
    • Energy trading
    • Supply chain
    • Anti-counterfeiting
    • Health Care
    • Domain Names
    • Other uses
  • Types
    • Public blockchains
    • Private blockchains
    • Hybrid blockchains
    • Sidechains

14 hours

3,312 €

Learn Bitcoin

About

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency invented in 2008 by an unknown person or group of people using the name Satoshi Nakamoto and started in 2009 when its implementation was released as open-source software.

It is a decentralized digital currency without a central bank or single administrator that can be sent from user to user on the peer-to-peer bitcoin network without the need for intermediaries. Transactions are verified by network nodes through cryptography and recorded in a public distributed ledger called a blockchain. Bitcoins are created as a reward for a process known as mining. They can be exchanged for other currencies, products, and services. Research produced by the University of Cambridge estimates that in 2017, there were 2.9 to 5.8 million unique users using a cryptocurrency wallet, most of them using bitcoin.

Content

  • The fundamentals of addresses and transactions of Bitcoin
  • Bitcoins in online marketplaces
  • Bitcoins security from online theft using Brainwallets and cold storage
  • Bitcoin’s underlying technology, the Blockchain
  • Bitcoin configuration
  • Mining Bitcoin and setting up a mining rig

 


14 hours

3,312 €

Ethereum 2.0 Fundamentals

About

Ethereum is a public blockchain platform with programmable exchange features, otherwise called ETH. OS: Linux, Windows, macOS, and Portable Operating System Interface.

Content

  • Features of Ethereum 2.0 and development tools
  • Ethereum’s basic principles and advanced security methods.
  • Build blockchain projects
  • Cryptocurrency tokens
  • Write smart contracts
  • Build DApps
  • Code the class contracts
  • Ethereum’s Network, problems, solutions

14 hours

3,312 €

Discover Hyperledger

About

Hyperledger (or the Hyperledger project) is an umbrella project of open source blockchains and related tools, started in December 2015 by the Linux Foundation, and has received contributions from IBM, Intel and SAP Ariba, to support the collaborative development of blockchain-based distributed ledgers.

Content

  • History and aims
  • Notable frameworks
    • Hyperledger Fabric
    • Hyperledger Iroha
    • Hyperledger Sawtooth
    • Hyperledger Besu
  • Tools
    • Hyperledger Caliper
    • Hyperledger Cello
    • Hyperledger Composer
    • Hyperledger Explorer
    • Hyperledger Quilt
    • Hyperledger Ursa

21 hours

4,968 €


Is learning Blockchain hard?


In the field of Blockchain learning from a live instructor-led and hand-on training courses would make a big difference as compared with watching a video learning materials. Participants must maintain focus and interact with the trainer for questions and concerns. In Qwikcourse, trainers and participants uses DaDesktop , a cloud desktop environment designed for instructors and students who wish to carry out interactive, hands-on training from distant physical locations.


Is Blockchain a good field?


For now, there are tremendous work opportunities for various IT fields. Most of the courses in Blockchain is a great source of IT learning with hands-on training and experience which could be a great contribution to your portfolio.



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