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  • noun Plural form of cryptanalyst.

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Examples

  • Adding to the confusion, they all were assigned code names, and these code names changed over time and are often only half deciphered, so the cryptanalysts made educated guesses as to their identities.

    A Covert Affair

  • Adding to the confusion, they all were assigned code names, and these code names changed over time and are often only half deciphered, so the cryptanalysts made educated guesses as to their identities.

    A Covert Affair

  • To begin with, the translations are woefully incomplete: the cryptanalysts were able to decipher only portions of the coded telegrams, leaving gaps that could alter the meaning of the messages.

    A Covert Affair

  • To begin with, the translations are woefully incomplete: the cryptanalysts were able to decipher only portions of the coded telegrams, leaving gaps that could alter the meaning of the messages.

    A Covert Affair

  • U.S. cryptanalysts had broken Japanese diplomatic codes years earlier and so were able to read the increasingly urgent messages about these negotiations that passed during the summer between Tokyo and Moscow.

    How Wars end

  • Called SIGABA, the machine was so successful that during the war, the German cryptanalysts gave up on even recording their intercepts of the messages.

    Karen Rubin: National Cryptologic Museum Lets Public Peek in on Secret World of Codebreaking

  • Called SIGABA, the machine was so successful that during the war, the German cryptanalysts gave up on even recording their intercepts of the messages.

    Karen Rubin: National Cryptologic Museum Lets Public Peek in on Secret World of Codebreaking

  • A bleary-eyed global community of self-styled cryptanalysts-along with some of the agency's own staffers-has seen three of its four sections solved, revealing evocative prose that only makes the puzzle more confusing.

    Wired Top Stories

  • A bleary-eyed global community of self-styled cryptanalysts-along with some of the agency's own staffers-has seen three of its four sections solved, revealing evocative prose that only makes the puzzle more confusing.

    Wired Top Stories

  • Just like there are usually cryptographers and cryptanalysts.

    The case for alternative intelligence sources and outside contractors

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