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Synonyms for cryptanalysis

the science of analyzing and deciphering codes and ciphers and cryptograms

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Off the top, Tyldum presents the cryptanalyst as a man on trial.
But amid all this confusion is to be found redeeming virtue; Countless numbers of Russian cryptanalysts must surely be fruitlessly engaged in trying to understand what American managers are talking about.
Driscoll was assigned to the Code and Signal section of the Director of Naval Communications office and remained one of the leading cryptanalysts in the Navy until 1949.
i) The main weakness in Milenage, as stated by the cryptanalysts, is the use of bit rotations and constant XoRs in the middle part of the milenage.
It will be helpful to keep in mind that in August 1940 US cryptanalysts broke the top-secret Japanese diplomatic code.
7) The Codebreakers describes a similar misplaced trust by the Japanese and notes that American cryptanalysts "contributed enormously to the defeat of the enemy, greatly shortened the war, and saved many thousands of lives.
Wearing earphones, Podhoretz and his fellow soldiers listened to Morse code transmissions, quickly typed out the dots and dashes, and forwarded the sequences to the cryptanalysts.
Unfortunately, Carlson fails to credit British cryptanalysts for their significant contribution to breaking the main Japanese fleet code, JN-25.
In their article, they referenced older chosen prefix collision research by cryptanalysts Marc Stevens, Arjen Lenstra, and Benne de Weger.
Using cryptography for data security is adopted in many of the existing systems but they use only a single algorithm for encryption and decryption, which are vulnerable to attacks by cryptanalysts and are broken at some instance by one of the various cryptanalysis techniques such as linear cryptanalysis, n-gram analysis, meet in the middle attack, brute force attack, etc.
What made Noah's code even more difficult to decipher was that he added elements to throw off would-be cryptanalysts.
Reading a book on the British use of deception in World Wars I and II, it struck me that the British expertise in camouflage came from its schools of design and arts, and that the top cryptanalysts that they fielded and who made a key contribution in winning the war came from Cambridge and Oxford.
By July 1941, US cryptanalysts were providing weekly summaries of intercepted messages coming out of Brazil.
Looking back on this episode, it occurs to me that the fact that some of the folks at this table were professional cryptanalysts should have made me a bit hesitant about drawing conclusions.
Further coordination among cryptanalysts and all-source intelligence teams allowed them to predict when and where the Japanese strike force would appear.