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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)
  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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