Java Cryptography Architecture: Hashing and Secure Password Hashing Premium class

Frank Hissen, IT Security Development & Consulting

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7 Videos (36m)
    • Setup

      3:02
    • Simple Hashing Example

      4:44
    • Real-world Hashing Example

      7:24
    • Efficient stream-based Hashing

      2:25
    • Message Authentication Code (MAC)

      5:25
    • Secure Password Hashing with PBKDF2/PKCS#5

      9:43
    • Commercial Wrapper Libraries: Demo

      3:03

About This Class

In this course, you will learn how to implement document hashing and secure password hashing into Java applications using the Java Cryptography Architecture. This applies to Web applications and Java-based Desktop applications (e.g., Swing, AWT, SWT/RCP, JavaFX), but also database and backend applications as well as Android apps.

Get practical security background information from an IT security expert. Learn how to encode hashes in-memory and stream-based. Learn how to use salt and iteration count for secure password hashing following PBKDF2 from the security standard PKCS#5.

You should be an experienced Java developer to take this course. We will do hands-on coding examples that can be directly used within your enterprise applications.

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Frank Hissen

IT Security Development & Consulting

Frank Hissen successfully studied Computer Science at Darmstadt University of Technology (Germany) focusing on IT security. For over 15 years, he works as IT consultant and software engineer; for over 10 years, he also works in various positions as security expert in IT development and consulting projects. He mainly worked for large businesses but also medium-sized companies.