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Synonyms for cryptography

the science of analyzing and deciphering codes and ciphers and cryptograms

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To order this report: Aerospace_and_Defense Industry : Global Quantum Cryptography Industry
The SmartMIPS architecture addresses smart card requirements, including advanced complex cryptography and secure transactions, and also will be an elegant solution for other secure platform applications.
investigates computational number theory and modern public-key cryptography based on number theory.
The book details the core elements of cryptography that the average user needs to understand, leaving the theoretical topics to more long-winded texts.
Current [government] policy discourages the use of cryptography," says panel chair Kenneth W.
The nation should give high priority to efforts to develop new technological capabilities that could be deployed during the time that it will take for cryptography to become truly ubiquitous.
Why have civil libertarians so often found cryptography issues a tough sell?
Just a few decades ago the science of cryptography was an esoteric endeavor employed primarily by governments to protect state and military secrets.
Instead they "believe that the broad outlines of national cryptography policy can be analyzed on an unclassified basis.
Hughes and his coworkers at Los Alamos can already generate keys automatically with their quantum cryptography setup.
It is a superb text for anyone who needs to understand the core details of cryptography but who has neither the desire nor the knowledge required to slog through a torrent of abstraction and theory.
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This collection of seventeen articles on visual cryptography showcases cutting-edge research in the encryption of images decodable by the human eye without the aid of computers.
Over 5 billion security chips are made each year with technology licensed from Cryptography Research, and security systems designed by Cryptography Research engineers protect hundreds of billions of dollars of commerce annually for wireless, telecommunications, financial, digital television, entertainment, government and Internet industries.
As part of our focus on delivering high-quality tamper-resistant security cores to serve the needs of ASIC and FPGA customers, Athena is excited to become a part of the Cryptography Research DPA countermeasure developer ecosystem," said Dr.
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