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However, it will cover these topics without revealing the internals of cryptography; closer to the end of the book it will delve into the internals of specific algorithms. In this way, readers who want to know the details can study those and can even read the later chapter early, out of the normal sequence , but it will not unnecessarily burden readers who, like most users, will never get closer to cryptography than an encrypt function.

One strength of SiC4 has been its sidebars.

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Readers enjoy the brief examples of real life exploits. Fortunately, the news is full of stories of security failures, and it is important to connect these actual events to the strong pedagogy of the book.

ACS, which was organized around attacks of different types, include many timely incident stories that we can pull into SiC5. Cloud computing and mobile code and computing are not covered extensively in SiC4. Cloud computing appears as a six page interlude in ACS, but in the few years since ACS was written, the use of cloud computing has expanded, as well as the security ramifications. We intend to devote an entire chapter to cloud computing.

These topics appeared briefly in SiC4 and ACS, but we plan to expand mobile computing into its own chapter, as well. The topic progression of SiC4 largely followed its predecessor editions, back to the first edition In networking was certainly neither as important nor pervasive as it has become. Trying to defer all coverage of network topics until Chapter 7, its position in SiC4 delays important content significantly and, perhaps more importantly, makes for a long and broad network security chapter.

In readers had less direct contact with a network than now, and these readers had limited experience using a network prior to reading the book. Obviously readers in come with vastly more network exposure. This exposure is an asset: Readers now can appreciate a network-delivered attack even before they study network security.

SiC5 will take advantage of readers' familiarity with networks, and present attacks delivered by a network-assisted attacker based on the primary source of vulnerability -- software, operating system, protocol, user error -- and not defer these topics to the networks chapter just because a network was involved in the attack.

Finally, privacy has been an important topic in the book in early editions, and its importance and coverage have grown as well.

The authors will again expand the coverage of privacy, expanding on topics such as web tracking and social networking. These additions cannot come without some pruning. Previously hot topics, such as trusted operating systems and multilevel databases, are being pared down. Jason Andress.

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