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cryptographical

Definitions

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  • adjective Relating to cryptography; cryptographic.

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  • adjective of or relating to cryptanalysis

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Examples

  • Not every customer has the know-how or the motivation to coax FPGAs into those cryptographical feats.

    A Compact Code-Breaking Powerhouse

  • Not every customer has the know-how or the motivation to coax FPGAs into those cryptographical feats.

    A Compact Code-Breaking Powerhouse

  • Not every customer has the know-how or the motivation to coax FPGAs into those cryptographical feats.

    Code-Breaking Powerhouse

  • The great thing about Poe is not just his polymathic talent and I haven't even covered his cryptographical, philosophical, or scientific work, which is considerably better than mere dilettantism but the way all his manias and wonders seem to fit together, clues in some great Dupinesque puzzle, characters in a big Gold-Buggy cipher.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • The great thing about Poe is not just his polymathic talent and I haven't even covered his cryptographical, philosophical, or scientific work, which is considerably better than mere dilettantism but the way all his manias and wonders seem to fit together, clues in some great Dupinesque puzzle, characters in a big Gold-Buggy cipher.

    princeofcairo: Two Hundred Circling Years

  • In Reamde we find him slimming down to middleweight after five straight heavyweight bouts: the cryptographical epic Cryptonomicon, the 2,500-page three-novel Baroque Cycle, and then Anathem, a philosophical novel set on an alt-universe Earth where monasteries are consecrated to higher mathematics.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Elizabeth herself wrote Shakespeare (and there is lots) it's worth at least considering the extent to which the sorts of cryptographical games Shakespeare-didn't-write-Shakespearites engage in are actually versions of what respectible literary critics do all the time: deriving large, internally-coherent theories from textual detail.

    The Valve

  • American sales efforts, especially cryptographical ones.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • If for some reason, you use some of the OTP more than once, there are simple cryptographical methods that would enable a third party to intercept and read your communications easily.

    CSO

  • JCrypt is a free and open source development framework for developing cryptological and cryptographical programs.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

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