Visualizing the Diffie-Hellman key exchange

If you just want to watch so the video, here you go. But this article also contains some more information below.

In 2010 I blogged about Khan Academy featuring free video lectures. Seems like the site is growing quite well with topics covering a large spectrum of science.

One of the most interesting video series I found there was Journey into Cryptography

It offers a great oversight of encryption methods, historical relevance and most importantly, emerging patterns that offer an attack vector due to lack of entropy which leads to a low key-strength. This video is a great way to get into the principles of cryptography.

The series can also be watch directly on youtube via this playlist:

A rare moment…

Read in a book, explanation of PEAP, the Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol:

This EAP method was developed in a rare moment of enlightened cooperation between Microsoft, Cisco and RSA Security

Geestmerambacht 2013

In case you missed the presentation this weekend, at the closing of the eth0:2012 summer event, the date and location for OHM2013 (the next edition in the series of four-yearly Dutch hacker camps) have been announced:

July 31st – August 4th 2013
The Netherlands

Khan Academy offers video lectures for free

The Khan Academy is a not-for-profit organization with the mission of providing a high quality education to anyone, anywhere.

We have 1400+ videos on YouTube covering everything from basic arithmetic and algebra to differential equations, physics, chemistry, biology and finance which have been recorded by Salman Khan.

With a broad range of science topics, this site ist totally worth looking at.

Need to update your knowledge on algebra, calculus or physics?

Its not shiny due to the low production buget, but the information is available free under a CC3 license.

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