Cryptography, a Tool for Today

I found an old 1997 link about good essays on the web whilst in a googlefight with Jamie Kitson.

It is an essay about cryptography I wrote in my first year of my Computer Science degree in Bath. Seven years later, I am writing my Masters thesis in Helsinki.

If you don’t have Word, you can use something such as antiword. I chose to summon Openoffice 1.1.0 and see what it could to the proprietary document encoding.

If anyone can tell me how to convert Word documents to XHTML and CSS with images stored neatly as PNG in an images/ directory, I would love to know.

Updated: Cryptography, a Tool for Today , by Kai Hendry. Google DOC version


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