Computer Networks and Cryptography is a forum for original results in all areas of modern information security. Both cryptography and cryptanalysis are covered, including information theoretic and complexity theoretic perspectives as well as implementation, application, and standards issues. Coverage includes such topics as public key and conventional algorithms and their implementations, cryptanalytic attacks, pseudo-random sequences, computational number theory, cryptographic protocols, untraceability, privacy, authentication, key management and quantum cryptography, Computer networks, secure information exchange, network infrastructure development, network layer protocol development, routing, etc. In addition to full-length technical, survey, and historical articles, the journal publishes short notes.
We will try to make this special issue work with high energy and scientific competition in the field of network and cryptography.