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cryptographically

Definitions

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  • adverb in a cryptographic manner; using cryptography; for cryptographic purposes

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  • adverb in a cryptographic manner

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Examples

  • M_Random is a REAL Studio/REALbasic module that will call the cryptographically strong native random number functions within each OS.

    VersionTracker: Mac OS X

  • In other words, about as cryptographically perfect a voting system as possible.

    Halfway To Fair Elections « Tai-Chi Policy

  • – Use a cryptographically secure random number generator (literal coin tosses if necessary) in conjunction with a smart algorithm to choose the location of the above unsecured connection without human bias or discernable pattern, and never go to the same placetwice.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » End of an era?

  • Zappos, which has 24 million customer accounts, said data accessed in the attack may have included names, email addresses, the last four digits of credit-card numbers and "cryptographically scrambled" passwords, but not users' actual passwords.

    Lessons From Zappos Attack

  • Work units could be cryptographically stamped with the who, what, when, where, for how long, etc.

    Work and the Internet

  • –Use a cryptographically secure random number generator literal coin tosses if necessary in conjunction with a smart algorithm to choose the location of the above unsecured connection without human bias or discernable pattern, and never go to the same placetwice.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » End of an era?

  • Theoretically, we could have p2p distributed computing projects that cryptographically verify the trustworthiness of their work.

    Matthew Yglesias » HD-DVD Encryption: Now In Song Form

  • I think it was from Bruce Schneier that I learned that the most difficult aspect of a cryptographically secure communication system is key distribution.

    Wired Top Stories

  • Where that big number is a randomly generated value with a cryptographically reasonable number of digits so that it's statistically impossible to guess it?

    Unix folder permissions and security

  • I'm sure the NSA could cook up a cryptographically secure version for Mr. Obama to use.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Gadgets

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