cryptanalytic

Definitions

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to cryptanalysis or cryptanalytics.

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  • adjective of or relating to cryptanalysis

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Examples

  • “Venona” was the fanciful code word assigned to the highly classified government project, which began in 1943 and was formally closed in 1980, in order to limit access to the cryptanalytic breakthrough that finally made it possible to crack the Russian secret code.

    A Covert Affair

  • “Venona” was the fanciful code word assigned to the highly classified government project, which began in 1943 and was formally closed in 1980, in order to limit access to the cryptanalytic breakthrough that finally made it possible to crack the Russian secret code.

    A Covert Affair

  • The agency released the enciphered text, and a frenzy erupted in the crypto world as some of the best-and wackiest-cryptanalytic talent set to work.

    Kryptos: Code The CIA Can’t Crack | Impact Lab

  • This process is likely to result in all sorts of new research results in hash function security, and some real cryptanalytic surprises.

    America's Next Top Hash Function Begins

  • This process is likely to result in all sorts of new research results in hash function security, and some real cryptanalytic surprises.

    America's Next Top Hash Function Begins

  • First, there was a decisive shift in the cryptanalytic balance; the Allies thoroughly broke the new U-boat codes, while at the same time they successfully closed off their own convoy ciphers to the Germans.

    The Prize

  • First, there was a decisive shift in the cryptanalytic balance; the Allies thoroughly broke the new U-boat codes, while at the same time they successfully closed off their own convoy ciphers to the Germans.

    The Prize

  • Recently, though, there have been some pretty impressive cryptanalytic attacks against the algorithm.

    An American Idol for Crypto Geeks

  • Second, Colossus was not a general-purpose machine, being designed for a specific cryptanalytic task involving counting and Boolean operations.

    The Modern History of Computing

  • In fact, spying played very little role in the Anglo-American war with Germany (though no doubt it was more significant in relations with the Soviet Union): cryptanalytic intelligence, obtained through scientific ingenuity and organisation, was all-important.

    Boing Boing: June 16, 2002 - June 22, 2002 Archives

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