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Print FAMILY name, first initial: Examination 2 Cryptographic Protocols 9 December 2003 Instructions Read all instructions. Failure to follow instructions will result in loss of points. 1. This is a closed-book examination. 2. You are permitted one 8.5 by 11 inch sheet of notes, both sides, that you have prepared. 3. You are permitted 60 minutes to complete this examination. 4. Do not start the exam until the proctor has told you to start. 5. Answer any three (3) questions. All questions are of equal value. You may not anwswer the question that focuses on the subject matter of your presentation (this is noted by the remark at the start of each question, in case you were in doubt). 6. Leave sufficient room in the upper lefthand corner for the staple and staple your answer sheets in the room you have left. 7. Start the answer to each question on a new page (i.e., do not put the answer to more than one question on the same page).
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