Security Engineering Third Edition (SEv3)
Recently, I’ve stumbled upon the webpage about Security Engineering – Third Edition (SEv3) by Prof. Ross Anderson. I’m particularly attached to this book, as it is the first book about information security that I bought (I bought SEv2 in 2012), and it was very helpful to introduce me to security engineering (coming from an EE background) and to tackle my master thesis about Random Number Generators. Actually, I have to thank Prof. Wayne Burleson for the book recommendation!
I’m very proud that the Cryptography Chapter of SEv3 (so far 😄) includes a discussion about the KNOB attack in the subsection about Diffie-Hellman key establishment (188.8.131.52). I look forward to read SEv3 once is ready!