What is it?The Journal of Craptology is an electronic journal on cryptologic issues. Papers accepted for publication in the Journal of Craptology relate to cryptology and fall into one or several of the following categories.
Submission GuidelinesSend either of us an email containing your document, preferably in PostScript, PDF, HTML, or LaTeX.
Our call for papers.
Reviews"A seminal journal in its field", Moti Yung.
"If I wanted to know anything about Craptology, this is the place I would turn to first", Chris Mitchell.
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NewsAs of Summer 2006 we have decided to relaunch the Journal of Craptology.
The main reason is to encourage people to be more silly, and to help encourage the funnier talks in Rump Sessions at Crypto, EuroCrypt etc.
Indeed we aim to invite the funniest talks at Rump Sessions as invited papers to be published here, and vice versa to have invited talk sessions at Rump Sessions for the funniest papers published here.
The Journal of Craptology was started in 1998 by Lars Knudsen, Keith Martin, and Vincent Rijmen.