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Synonyms for cryptanalysis

the science of analyzing and deciphering codes and ciphers and cryptograms

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Many of the huts where the codebreaking occurred are in a terrible state of disrepair.
Children from St Thomas Aquinas Catholic School in Kings Norton were shown an original Enigma codebreaking machine.
Susan quickly gets embroiled in an attempt to rescue the NSA's ultimate codebreaking computer, TRANSLTR, from the clutches of a disgruntled former employee, Ensei Tankado.
Jagger has already worked with Scott - he produced him in Enigma, the film about wartime codebreaking.
But what excited me about its contents was the intellectual challenge of codebreaking - they had to decipher messages without the Germans finding out.
A MAN was being questioned by police today in connection with the theft of the Second World War Enigma codebreaking machine.
During the Second World War, Bedford buses would have been a common sight at Bletchley Park where they helped to transport staff to and from the secret codebreaking centre.
A REPLICA of the codebreaking computer which helped end World War Two was unveiled yesterday.
John added: "I've always been fascinated by computers and it's amazing to think I have more computer power at home now than when I worked in codebreaking during the war.
TERROR fund-raising networks will be targeted by a modern version of codebreaking centre Bletchley Park.
It is unlikely the bank will press charges because the players have not broken any laws and no one has reaped large prizes from the codebreaking technique, said Mr Yang.
Details of how the best kept secret of World War Two was broken were revealed last night by one of the country's leading experts in military codebreaking.
But he wants the price he paid - believed to be well over pounds 10,000 - to return it to Bletchley Park, near Milton Keynes, Bucks, which was Britain's wartime Station X codebreaking HQ.
Harvard graduate Stephen Budiansky dismisses a much-repeated myth in his book, Battle of Wits - The Complete Story of Codebreaking in World War II (Penguin Books, pounds 20).
IF you plan to see the movie U-571, based on how codebreaking won us the war, you can find out more about it by surfing the world of ciphers and codes on the Net.