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  • '''Ross Anderson''' is a [[Cryptography|cryptographer]] and security researcher at [[Cambrid Anderson's book ''Security Engineering'' is standard text in the field. The first ed
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  • by Schneier and [[Niels Ferguson]], and [[Ross Anderson]]'s ''Security Engineering'' <ref>{{cite book|author=Ross Anderson|title=Security Engineering|url=http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~rja14/book.html}}</
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  • '''Ross Anderson''' is a [[Cryptography|cryptographer]] and security researcher at [[Cambrid Anderson's book ''Security Engineering'' is standard text in the field. The first ed
    898 B (127 words) - 02:25, 9 October 2020
  • ...nalist in the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) contest, designed by Ross Anderson, Eli Biham, and Lars Knudsen.
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  • * "Why Cryptosystems Fail", Ross Anderson [http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~rja14/Papers/wcf.html HTML] Ross Anderson's book ''Security Engineering'' provides more detailed coverage. The entire
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  • ...on]], discussing failures in banking systems <ref>{{cite paper|author=Ross Anderson|title=Why Cryptosystems Fail|url=http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~rja14/Papers/wcf. ...volve back and forth communication among two or more parties in space or across time (e.g., cryptographically protected [[backup]] data). The term ''[[cry
    32 KB (4,913 words) - 22:33, 25 August 2013
  • ...on]], discussing failures in banking systems <ref>{{cite paper|author=Ross Anderson|title=Why Cryptosystems Fail|url=http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~rja14/Papers/wcf. ...volve back and forth communication among two or more parties in space or across time (e.g., cryptographically protected [[backup]] data). The term ''[[cry
    32 KB (4,913 words) - 22:36, 25 August 2013
  • [[Ross Anderson]] broke Fish and, in the same paper {{citation|first=Ross J.|last=Anderson|contribution= On Fibonacci keystream generators|title=Proc. Fast Software E
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  • [[Ross Anderson]] and others at Cambridge recently published a man-in-the-middle attack <re | author = Steven J. Murdoch, Saar Drimer, Ross Anderson and Mike Bond
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  • Well-known security researcher [[Ross Anderson]] and others have published the Global Trust Register, a book of PGP keys. | author = Ross Anderson, Bruno Crispo, Jong-Hyeon Lee, Charalampos Manifavas, Vaclav Matyas and Fab
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  • ...designed by an international team of well-known researchers &mdash; [[Ross Anderson]] (UK), [[Eli Biham]] (Israel), and [[Lars Knudsen]] (Norway). It was desig
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  • | author = [[Hal Abelson]], [[Ross Anderson]], [[Steven M. Bellovin]], [[Josh Benaloh]], [[Matt Blaze]], [[Whitfield Di
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  • | author=Ross Anderson & Serge Vaudenay
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  • Tiger is a 192-bit hash designed by [[Eli Biham]] and [[Ross Anderson]]. It was designed to take advantage of 64-bit processors, using a lot of 6
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  • ...cipher from an international team of well-known researchers &mdash; [[Ross Anderson]] (UK), [[Eli Biham]] (Israel), and [[Lars Knudsen]] (Norway). Like all AES
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  • ...medical administrative work, and cover professional medical services that cross international borders. For example, it is increasingly common for small hos [[Ross Anderson]] has a [http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~rja14/#Med page] with extensive informati
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  • | author = [[Hal Abelson]], [[Ross Anderson]], [[Steven M. Bellovin]], [[Josh Benaloh]], [[Matt Blaze]], [[Whitfield Di ...ioned by the U.S. Congress in 1993, was developed via extensive hearings across the nation. It recommended a gradual relaxation of the existing U.S. gover
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  • | author=Ross Anderson & Eli Biham ...of data. It may also be more secure in some ways; diffusion takes place across a larger block size, so data is more thoroughly mixed, and large blocks mak
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  • ...entire genre of fiction, one that has dominated American comic books and crossed over into other media. ...[[Norse saga|saga]]s &mdash; have dominated [[American comic books]] and crossed over into several other forms of media.
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  • ...{cite journal |author=Ross CA, Miller SD, Bjornson L, Reagor P, Fraser GA, Anderson G |title=Abuse histories in 102 cases of multiple personality disorder |jou ...}</ref> while others contest this idea <ref name=Ross>{{cite journal |last=Ross |first=C. |coauthors=Norton, G. & Fraser, G. |year=1989 |title=Evidence aga
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  • ...|| [[Jimmy Carter]], Democrat || [[Ronald Reagan]], Republican; [[John B. Anderson]], independent || <span style="color:red"> Reagan</span> | 1992 || [[Bill Clinton]], Democrat || [[George H.W. Bush]], Republican; [[Ross Perot]], independent || <span style="color:blue"> Clinton</span>
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