Definitions

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  • adjective That cannot be cracked; unbreakable.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • BD+ has been held out as some kind of uncrackable answer to the DRM wars, and was cited by many pundits for BluRay's victory over HD-DVD in the recent format wars.

    Boing Boing

  • [92] Israeli scientist says he has developed 'uncrackable' code

    Hack In The Box

  • DET's "uncrackable" filters will also be applied to the netbooks.

    ZDNET.com.au

  • DET's "uncrackable" filters will also be applied to the netbooks.

    ZDNET.com.au

  • Rootkit CD fiasco [wikipedia. org], or the fact that they sold their Blu-ray format largely on the basis of its not one, but * two*, different "uncrackable"

    doggdot.us

  • Entanglement is at the heart of today's uncrackable quantum encryption; it makes the "teleporting" of particles over distances of several miles feasible; and entanglement may soon be employed in the production of quantum computers that will make the best contemporary computer look like an abacus.

    Merry-Prankster Physicists

  • He bangs at the window in his room to get to her, and has managed to crack the supposedly uncrackable shield armor.

    Ecstasy in Darkness

  • It's the P, for Press, that had made it such an uncrackable code all that time.

    Shelfari:

  • It's the P, for Press, that had made it such an uncrackable code all that time.

    Hanging on the Colophon

  • Others, however, caution that it would be easy for a militant group to set up a front corporation, which could then establish its own uncrackable BlackBerry corporate e-mail, considered by many to be the gold standard for data security.

    Indian Officials Meet To Decide BlackBerry Ban

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