IT 8th sem Information Security Syllabus IT801 Information Security Syllabus

RGTU/RGPV IT 801 Information Security Syllabus
RGTU/RGPV Information Security  SYLLABUS
Information Technology IT 8th Semester Syllabus

Unit I: Basic of Cryptography, secret key cryptography, Types of attack, Substitution ciphers, Transposition ciphers, block ciphers and steam ciphers, Confusion and Diffusion, Data encryption standard, round function, modes of operation, cryptanalysis, brute force attack, Security Goals (Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability).

Unit II: Public key Cryptography, Modulo arithmetic, Greatest common divisor,  Euclidean  algorithm, RSA algorithm, hash function, attack on collision resistance, Diffie hellman key exchange, Digital signature standard, elliptic curve cryptography.

Unit III: Authentication:  One way Authentication, password based, certificate based, Mutual
Authentication ,shared secret based, Asymmetric based, Authentication and key agreement, centralized Authentication, eavesdropping,  Kerberos, IP security overview:-  security association & Encapsulating security payload ,tunnel and transfer modes, internet key exchange protocol, Secure Socket Layer(SSL), Transport Layer Security (TLS).

Unit IV: Software vulnerabilities:  Phishing Attacks, buffer overflow  vulnerability, Format String attack, Cross Site Scripting, SQL injection Attacks, Email security:- Security services of E-mail ,Establishing keys, Privacy ,Authentication of the source, Message integrity ,Non-Repudiation, Viruses, Worms,  Malware.

Unit V: Web Issue: Introduction, Uniform Resource Locator/uniform resource identify, HTTP, Cookies, Web security problem, Penetration Testing, Firewalls:- functionality, Polices and Access Control, Packet filters, Application level gateway, Encrypted tunnel, Security architecture, Introduction to intrusion detection system. 

 References:- 
  • Bernard Menezes, “ Network Security and Cryptography”, CENGAGE Learning.   
  • Charlie Kaufman, “ Network Security”, PHI.   
  • Forouzan, “Cryptography & Network Security”, TMH   
  • Randy Weaver, “ Network Infrastructure Security”, Cengage Learning.   
  • Atual Kahate, “ Cryptography and Network Security”, TMH.   
  • William Stalling, “ Cryptography and Network security”, Pearson.
 List of Experiment:- 
  • Study of Network Security fundamentals - Ethical Hacking, Social Engineering practices.   
  • System threat attacks - Denial of Services.   
  • Sniffing and Spoofing
  • Web Based Password Capturing.   
  • Virus and Trojans.   
  • Anti-Intrusion Technique – Honey pot.   
  • Symmetric Encryption Scheme – RC4.   
  • Block Cipher – S-DES, 3-DES.   
  • Asymmetric Encryption Scheme – RSA.   
  • IP based Authentication.

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