Math 202 Cryptography, Fall 2018
 Tentative Daily Syllabus
 Course Policies
 My Daily Schedule
 Wheaton onCourse
 The Wheaton Honor Code
 Files displayed during class
 Instructions for installing Mathematica on your personal computer.
 Wolfram's Help & Learning Resources for Wolfram Products has a lot of good information on using Mathematica.
 You might find the Handson Start to Mathematica screencasts particularly useful.
 Instructions for installing Wheaton's vpn client so that you can run Mathematica off campus

The errata list for the text
A text file of ciphertexts for some of the homework problems from the text 
A simple AES calculator
AES in 3 minutes
AES in stick figures  Some other references
 DiffieHellman mod p parameters recommended by the Internet Engineering Task Force
 General WhatsApp Security page and the technical whitepaper giving more details
 Documention on the Signal protocol used by the Signal messaging app
 Some blockchain references
 Blockchain for noobs: A definitive guide
 How Bitcoin Works Under the Hood
 What is Ethereum?
 Things blockchain is supposed to revolutionize from Slate, updated periodically
 NISTIR 8202 Blockchain Technology Overview from the National Institute of Standards and Technology
A few classic xkcd strips on cryptography
Security
Legal Hacks
Cryptography
Password Strength
Voting Software