- adj. Of or relating to cryptology.
- adj. of or relating to cryptanalysis
“Blair appears not to be fighting for control of Pentagon-based intelligence assets — like the spy satellites of the National Reconnaisance Office or the vast cryptological apparatus of the National Security Agency — with Defense Secretary Bob Gates, even though the Pentagon is estimated to control between 85 and 90 percent of the intelligence budget.”
“The root server could guarantee that it was communicating with the real .com name server, and .com would receive cryptological assurance that it was dealing with, say, the real Google.”
“The NSA routinely provides its analysis and other cryptological work to the Pentagon and other government agencies.”
“Turing was dismissed from his cryptological post and --to avoid imprisonment-- he submitted to chemical treatment to submerge his sexuality.”
“Benito, Manoel, and Fragoso stood round him, while Joam Dacosta clasped Yaquita to his heart, he first unraveled the last paragraph of the document by means of the number, and as the words appeared by the institution of the true letters for the cryptological ones, he divided and punctuated them, and then read it out in a loud voice.”
“‘Tijuco,’ ‘Dacosta,’ and others; and in putting down their cryptological equivalents the number could be arrived at.”
“CRYPTO: short for some variation of cryptological, the magic set of codes that makes a circuit impossible for anyone else to understand.”
“CRYPTO: Short for some variation of cryptological, the magic set of codes that makes a circuit impossible for anyone else to understand.”
“Botchup could swear there were patterns in it, but the cryptological analysis devices in the company's arsenal could detect no meaning in them.”
“CRAF: Civilian replacement airframe program. crypto: Short for some variation of cryptological, the magic set of codes that makes a circuit impossible for anyone else to understand.”
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