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(15)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Aug 23, 2018
Duration
2h 24m
Description

Security is vastly important in today's world. In this course, Practical Encryption and Cryptography Using Python, you will learn the practical aspect of cryptography using the amazing programming language Python, and you will gain the confidence to master the skill of crypto by using real-life examples. First, you will learn about hashing algorithms. Next, you will discover Symmetric Encryption using Python. Finally, you will explore the multiple angles of Asymmetric Encryption using public and private keys. When you're finished with this course, you will have the necessary skills and knowledge about cryptography to use in your career.

About the author
About the author

Gus is an IT expert specialized in programming and security. He's a passionate blogger, geek, and loves what he's doing.

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Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hi everyone. My name is Gus Khawaja, and welcome to this course of Practical Encryption And Cryptography Using Python. People think that this subject is very complex, but in this course you will see how simple it is and practical at the same time. I know you want to learn about this topic, and that's why you're watching this video, right? In each lesson we are going to see together how to understand crypto category using Python. Some of the major topics that we will cover include hashing and secure algorithms, symmetric encryption in Python, cracking secure ciphers using hashcat, asymmetric encryption using Python, and much, much more. When finishing all the modules in this course, you should grasp the basics of cryptography using Python and understand how to use it in practice. Before beginning this amazing journey, you should be familiar with the essentials of Python. But don't worry, I will walk you through all the details. Join me on this course to learn some exciting stuff with cryptography using Python.