Volume 4, May 2007

This new journal is now picking up steam. We now have a backlog papers for the journal and have started taking adverts (such as that on numerology in this issue).

We have also decided to organize publication to coincide with the main conferences in the area, namely EuroCrap (April/May), CRAPTO (August) and AsiaCrap (Dec). Assuming that is we have enough papers to warrant a volume.

So what treats do we have for you this time ? Well, we have a new key agreement protocol, an important analysis of hidden messages within certain academic papers, the first paper on the problems of using humans as computational engines, and finally a discussion on the applications of infinite improbability to the realm of cryptography.

Nigel Smart

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