One of Rusts great feature is that it catches integer overflows at runtime and panics rather than wraps (in debug builds). I recommend you read Huon's blog post about this from a couple years ago.
While this is a desirable behaviour in general, integer overflows are commonly used when implementing cryptography primitives. Rust offers wrapping alternatives such as wrapping_add etc. to allow wrapping behaviour. However, this makes code very hard to read, e.