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If the software you downloaded came in a Zip file (.zip or .zipx) and it includes a Setup program, one option you have is to open the Zip file, click the Tools tab, and click the Unzip and Install button. If no recognizable install file is found in the Zip file, the Unzip and Install button will be unavailable (grayed).




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If you have difficulty installing the software you could look in the Zip file for a ReadMe file (readme.txt, readme.doc, etc) which may include instructions. Otherwise, questions concerning your downloaded software should be directed to the person or company from whom you received the software.


These features make this tool ideal for a single user whose intention is to download reports. Therefore, if you are taking your first steps in scanning for vulnerabilities in your company, Nessus Pro is the right software for you.


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Cryptography — the science of secret writing — is an ancient art; the first documented use of cryptography in writing dates back to circa 1900 B.C. when an Egyptian scribe used non-standard hieroglyphs in an inscription. Some experts argue that cryptography appeared spontaneously sometime after writing was invented, with applications ranging from diplomatic missives to war-time battle plans. It is no surprise, then, that new forms of cryptography came soon after the widespread development of computer communications. In data and telecommunications, cryptography is necessary when communicating over any untrusted medium, which includes just about any network, particularly the Internet.


Without meaning to editorialize too much in this tutorial, a bit of historical context might be helpful. In the mid-1990s, the U.S. Department of Commerce still classified cryptography as a munition and limited the export of any products that contained crypto. For that reason, browsers in the 1995 era, such as Internet Explorer and Netscape, had a domestic version with 128-bit encryption (downloadable only in the U.S.) and an export version with 40-bit encryption. Many cryptographers felt that the export limitations should be lifted because they only applied to U.S. products and seemed to have been put into place by policy makers who believed that only the U.S. knew how to build strong crypto algorithms, ignoring the work ongoing in Australia, Canada, Israel, South Africa, the U.K., and other locations in the 1990s. Those restrictions were lifted by 1996 or 1997, but there is still a prevailing attitude, apparently, that U.S. crypto algorithms are the only strong ones around; consider Bruce Schneier's blog in June 2016 titled "CIA Director John Brennan Pretends Foreign Cryptography Doesn't Exist." Cryptography is a decidedly international game today; note the many countries mentioned above as having developed various algorithms, not the least of which is the fact that NIST's Advanced Encryption Standard employs an algorithm submitted by cryptographers from Belgium. For more evidence, see Schneier's Worldwide Encryption Products Survey (February 2016).


In general, the PGP Web of trust works as follows. Suppose that Alice needs Bob's public key. Alice could just ask Bob for it directly via e-mail or download the public key from a PGP key server; this server might a well-known PGP key repository or a site that Bob maintains himself. In fact, Bob's public key might be stored or listed in many places. (My public key, for example, can be found at or at several public PGP key servers, including .) Alice is prepared to believe that Bob's public key, as stored at these locations, is valid.


On May 28, 2014, the TrueCrypt.org Web site was suddenly taken down and redirected to the SourceForge page. Although this paper is intended as a crypto tutorial and not a news source about crypto controversy, the sudden withdrawal of TrueCrypt cannot go without notice. The last stable release of TrueCrypt is v7.1a (February 2012); v7.2, released on May 28, 2014, only decrypts TrueCrypt volumes, ostensibly so that users can migrate to another solution. The TrueCryptNext (TCnext) Web page quickly went online at TrueCrypt.ch, using the tag line "TrueCrypt will not die" and noting that independent hosting in Switzerland guaranteed no product development interruption due to legal threats. The TCnext site became a repository of TrueCrypt v7.1a downloads and never released any subsequent software. The TrueCrypt Wikipedia page and accompanying references have some good information about the "end" of TrueCrypt as we knew it.


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When this paper was originally prepared, most crypto schemes were designed using basic integer arithmetic, logarithms and exponents, and prime number factorization, all for what today can only be described as classic computers. Resistance to brute-force attacks was provided by the expediency of using very large keys and requiring periodic changes to the key in order to "outlast" the available computing power necessary to try and guess every possible key value within the keyspace. Quantum computers, quantum algorithms, and quantum cryptography are changing the paradigms of modern and future cryptography. I am not an expert in this area so I am not going to talk about this subject in any great detail, but here is a quick intro and some pointers to additional information.


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