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- noun A book that lists the symbols of a code and their meanings.
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- noun cryptography A book, table, database, or other object that stores the mapping between
plaintextwords or phrases and their equivalents in a code.
- noun computer science A
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The evolution has created something of a 'codebook' of behaviour within the private sector of file-sharing.
Nevertheless, he went through the motions of unlocking the safe and opening the codebook and checking the authentication tables again.
He pulled out the June 13 codebook and turned to the EAM authentication tables.
The evolution has created something of a ‘codebook’ of behaviour within the private sector of file-sharing.
A telegram to Government House in Nairobi could not be decoded because the keys to the safe holding the codebook were unavailable.
Karsten Nohl, 28, told The Associated Press this week that he, working with others online and around the world, created a codebook containing how to get past the GSM standard encryption used to keep conversations on more than 3 billion mobile phones safe from prying ears.
The purpose of the codebook is not as an instructional device, but to cover the Department of Education in the event a parent sues charging discrimination against a son or daughter.
I discarded my last codebook when we moved to Mexico.
Authorized users of the Enigma machine had access to a codebook which determined the base key value for a given period of time originally monthly or weekly, but over time this shifted to daily or even many times per day.
According to my codebook, to lay a foundation for similar transactions such as this, or for any past event, foundation equals the time, the location, any other witnesses, any other comments that were made, and the witness ` state of mind at the time of the incident.