Tropyc: a Pattern Language for Cryptographic Software Tropyc: a Pattern Language for Cryptographic Software

@inproceedings{Braga1999TropycAP,
  title={Tropyc: a Pattern Language for Cryptographic Software Tropyc: a Pattern Language for Cryptographic Software},
  author={Alexandre Melo Braga and Cec lia M. F. Rubira and Ricardo Dahab and Cec{\'i}lia M. F. Rubira},
  year={1999}
}
This work describes Tropyc, a pattern language for cryptographic software based on a generic object-oriented cryptographic architecture. Signature, and Secrecy with Signature with Appendix. They are classiied according to four fundamental objectives of cryptography (conndentiality, integrity, authentication and non-repudiation) and compose a closed set of patterns for this domain. These patterns have the same dynamic behavior and structure. We abstracted these aspects into a Generic Object… CONTINUE READING
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