CS349 Documentation and Links
Glossaries of Internet Terms
General e-commerce sources
Internet, Client/server model
Databases and SQL
NEW! McKoi Database
Cryptography and Security
Electronic Payment Systems
Programming Resources: Java 2, JDBC, Servlets, etc.
On a lighter side...
To CS349 students and everyone interested in electronic commerce:
If you know a good link on one of the existing topics or on a topic
which is not included here, but you feel that it should, please let me
know. Also, please let me know if any links don't work or are not
particularly helpful for the class.
The list of references will be updated throughout the semester,
please check it out often!
- MIT site on Cryptography
and Security. Check out their references for Algorithms
and Protocols as well as other fascinating links!
- Cryptography: an
overview. A very well written and well organized site on
- NEW! Basics of
cryptography and encryption and
overview and a proof of RSA cryptography by Tom Davis (.pdf
Authentication and 'E-Commerce'. A long article by Mathew Ford
published in "The Journal of Information, Law, and Technology" in
1998. A great detailed overview!
State of the Practice of Intrusion Detection Technologies
- The EPIC
(Electronic Privacy Information Center) Cookies Page A good page
on various legal and technical issues related to cookies.
metaphor is the key: cryptography, the clipper chip, and the
Constitution by Michael Froomkin. An very interesting
discussion of history and technical and legal aspects of modern
cryptography. You might not agree with the author's opinions, but you
must read it (will keep you entertained during a summer break)!
A good well-organized reference, too!
War II Codes and Ciphers. History, science, and engineering of
cryptanalysis in WWII.
- NEW! Cracking a Medieval
Code A story of decrypting a book written by Johannes Trithemius
(1462-1516), an abbot in Spanheim, Germany. The book turned out to
contain encrypted messages and has been recently by cryptanalist Jim
Reeds. A fascinating story!
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Spring Semester 2002