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capable of being denied or contradicted

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Much like the Russians in Ukraine, they have mostly chosen a strategy of deniable operations through proxies.
Deniable authentication protocol (DAP) is designed to achieve two properties: (1) for a given message, only the prescribed receiver can determine its source; and (2) for any third party, the specified receiver is not capable of determining the provenience of a prescribed message.
Nor has the idea that deniable encryption complicates compelled
Because I look at British political from 1945 and particularly the way the government used secret operations, covert actions and deniable foreign interventions to adapt to its declining colonial power - what I do has a lot of relevance, says Dr Cormac.
In former British spy Christopher Steele's notorious dossier, Cohen was accused of holding secret talks with Russian officials in August 2016 to discuss "how deniable cash payments were to be made to hackers who had worked in Europe under Kremlin direction against the CLINTON campaign and various contingencies for covering up these operations and Moscow's secret liaison with the TRUMP team more generally."
Josh Brolin reprises his role from the first movie as US government agent Matt Graver, specialising in torture and deniable dirty tricks, working with operative Alejandro (Benicio del Toro) who had a personal score to settle with the cartels.
The racism of Trump's distaste for Hispanics might have been deniable if it had not been for his incendiary exclusion of Muslims from the USA by exploiting Islamophobic rhetoric.
She tweeted: "Boris 'leak' a bit like him using the Tory WhatsApp group as a kind of deniable press briefing.
All human values stem from a code for social management and this is primarily based on a belief system unquestionably deniable. That is the miracle of the Quran and it is amply acknowledged over fifteen hundred years.
He held India responsible for delay in the trial of Mumbai attack and presented un- deniable facts about it.
Yet he still cannot resist making his true views known (in a deniable way) by having these occasional conversations with Eugenio Scalfari.
"They're doing things they believe are deniable." Mattis stated, adding that "they are trying to fragment the unity of NATO." Leader of the British opposition Jeremy Corbin raised skepticism over the accusation that Putin is behind the assassination and hinted it could be the work of a Russian "mafia-like" gangs.
He called the poisoning of the former Russian spy "attempted murder," saying Russian President Vladimir Putin should be "responsible as the head of state." "They're doing things they believe are deniable. And so they're trying to break the unity of the Western alliance, NATO and -- and that sort of thing...
Cyber tools are dual use, fast, cheap, and often deniable, verification and attribution are difficult, and entry barriers are low.
NAB is free to take action against any dishonest businessman or industrialist but relevant information and evidence should be shared with Karachi Chamber and if these evidence are not deniable, the Karachi Chamber will stand along with NAB against such dishonest businessman or industrialist', he added.