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  • adj. That can be cracked; breakable.


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  • I tend to repeat this process a few times, sprinkling only thin layers of sugar - in this way I can build up the structure of the toffee giving me that "crackable" characteristic I'm after.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Among the "crackable" formats: Microsoft Office, PGD (PGP Disk with conventional encryption), OpenDocument, PDF (user and owner passwords) Quicken, WPA, WPA2 and many more


  • No tailings piles, no crackable dams, no radon-filled caverns, no pits.

    Yellow Dirt

  • Eminently crackable, this, so I suppose it's a cultural rule - and a carrot to get kids to play to virtual age 12 quickly - rather than any kind of actual safety mechanism.

    May 2009

  • International versions of Netscape and Internet Explorer used weak cryptography easily crackable by the US government because of this.

    How To Talk So The Government Can’t Listen. Part 1: how to encrypt your e-mail in Gmail with GPG (for use with Gmail or other web mail interfaces on Firefox in Windows)

  • I will put you in a position where you can crack the nut, if indeed it is crackable.

    The Prize

  • Though the Standard worries that even 256-bit encryption has recently been shown by researchers to be crackable in two weeks...

    Archive 2007-12-09

  • The way in which Mr. Lamos and his remarkable cast succeed in coaxing sweet meat out of what has long been regarded as one of Shakespeare's least crackable nuts.

    Mark Twain Tonight (Sort Of)

  • Furthermore, and let's make this absolutely clear, any software system is crackable; if it can be build be a programmer, it can be hacked by a programmer.

    Harding wrong again

  • If HD-DVD is the format known to be universally crackable, poof, a billion dollar business is gone.

    Digg Surrenders to Mob


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