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ECBP413: E-Commerce Security and Payment Protocols

Description:E-Commerce security concepts; Privacy; Typical protocols for electronic payment; E-commerce payment methods; Services of common authentication and payment protocols, such as SSL/TLS and SET; Public-key methods; Digital certificates.
Credit Hours.:3
Text Book: Secure Electronic Commerce: Building the Infrastructure for Digital Signatures and Encryption. Warwick Ford and Michael S. Baum
Coordinator: Mohammad Mehedy Masud
Topics Outline:
  1. Introduction to electronic commerce security
  2. Money and payment systems
  3. Digital certificates
  4. Attacks on e-commerce systems
  5. Secure Socket Layer protocol (SSL)
  6. Transport Layer Security Protocol (TLS)
  7. Secure Electronic Transaction Protocol (SET)
Outcomes:
  1. Describe basic authentication protocols, their typical implementation and assumptions
  2. Describe how these authentication protocols are used with various network security protocols, such as SSL/TLS, SET, and others
  3. Perform relevant cryptographic public-key operations such as key generation, key management, encryption/decryption, and signature generation/verification (for instance, with openSSL, and others)
  4. Create and manage public key certificates (for instance, X.509 or OpenPGP certificates)
  5. Set up a public-key infrastructure with a certification authority for a basic environment
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