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Synonyms for cryptograph

a secret method of writing

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a piece of writing in code or cipher

a device for deciphering codes and ciphers

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"Referring, now, to the beginning of the cryptograph, we find the combination, 53‡‡†.
But be assured that the specimen before us appertains to the very simplest species of cryptograph. It now only remains to give you the full translation of the characters upon the parchment, as unriddled.
Since sensor nodes are resource constrained equipments (low computing, limited storage, low range), conventional KMPs such as the sophisticated public key cryptographs RSA[16] cannot be deployed to WSNs.
He would thus not only mimic archaeology and epigraphy but also invert them by taking the faux cryptographs out into the open (archaeological protocol brings objects in, into glass cases, inside rooms).
Dubai: Dan Brown, famed for gripping his readers with sleuth pursuits solving historical cryptographs and symbols with books such as The Da Vinci Code, has been announced as the guest of honour at the Sharjah International Book Fair (SIBF), which begins on November 5.
* Promoting standardization of cryptography: The government creates a list of recommendable cryptographs for use in the e-government and strives to reach an agreement on the policy of use of cryptography by each ministry and agency.