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Date: Fri Sep 17 01:25:07 1993
From: karn@qualcomm.com (Phil Karn)
Subject: (fwd) Subpoena served on Crypto
Get on the phone to EFF ASAP.
Here's the bibliography I promised earlier. If someone would put this up
on soda and perhaps even add to the list, I'd really appreciate it. --Phil
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As a few people have requested, here's my current bibliography of DES
source code listings found in various widely published books or
magazines. Note that I have explicitly excluded the dozens of books
and publications that merely *describe* the DES algorithm -- even
descriptions complete enough to use as a basis for implementation.
They don't count because, as we all know, only Americans are smart
enough to turn an algorithm description into C code (or so our
government believes.)
Additions or corrections to this list are welcome. Again, I'm only
interested in actual code listings. --Phil
"The Standard Data Encryption Algorithm", Harry Katzan Jr, Petrocelli
Books, 1977 ISBN 0-89433-016-0 (APL).
"Computer Networks", Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Prentice Hall (both
editions; second edition is ISBN 0-13-162959-X). (Pascal)
"Numerical Recipes", William H. Press et al, Cambridge University
Press. (Fortran and Pascal version is ISBN 0-521-30811-9. Also in
"Numerical Recipes in C").
"UNIX System Security", Wood and Kachan, Hayden. ISBN 0-8104-6267-2.
Byte Magazine, April 1977 (6502 Assembler).
"Cryptography: An Introduction to Computer Security", Seberry and Pieprzyk,
Prentice Hall Australia. (C)
"Mathematical Cryptology for Computer Scientists and Mathematicians",
Wayne Patterson, Rowman and Littlefield, 1987. ISBN 0-8476-7438-X.
Introduction to the Analysis of the Data Encryption Standard (DES),
by Wayne G. Barker, ISBN 0-89412-169-3 (soft cover), 0-89412-170-7 (library
bound), 1991, Aegean Park Press, Appendix G. (Basic, of all things).