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cryptogram

[′krip·tə‚gram]
(communications)
Information written in code or cipher.
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Then, the cryptanalyst uses this information as a possible secret key and tries to decrypt other cryptograms that probably were encrypted with that secret key.
The creation of dynamic cryptograms for every transaction with online authentication is an important feature of chip cards that provides enhanced levels of security, " says Randy Vanderhoof, director of the EMV Migration Forum.
On Cryptograms, an ambient stretch of songs fills the record's middle section.
We'll learn about math, cracking codes, cryptograms.
Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 Flat green bowls; 2 It's Latin for 'what now'; 3 Cryptograms or ciphers; 4 Germany; 5 O.
Anti-Roman cryptograms in the New Testament; hidden transcripts of hope and liberation.
Sound problems in the opening minutes of Cryptograms took a few minutes to correct, but the mis-firing tone was set for the entire show.
Few cases in the history of true crime are as intriguing as that of Zodiac, a bizarre gunman in an executioner's hood, who taunts the police with dozens of letters containing eerie messages and cryptograms.
Anyone who likes to do cryptograms or word scrambles tends to be the type of people who like this work.
In his Kickshaws column (1969-1975) Dave Silverman frequently presented offbeat cryptograms for Word Ways readers to solve,
Counterpointing this displacement, however, Broccolichi inserts into his photographs the GPS coordinates of the sites, but in the form of cryptograms that, in these lunar landscapes, evoke futuristic architectures, combining sensory experience and the systems of abstract representation that make up the eminently complex definition of a place.
The host reader and the CryptoRF device must both be able to duplicate each other's cryptograms before any data can be accessed or written.