After June 1944, it became known as the Vint Hill Farms School with a focus on cryptanalysis
, traffic analysis, and cryptographic equipment maintenance.
Algebraic Attacks: Algebraic cryptanalysis
is dependent on the algebraic degree of a cipher.
The LLL-reduction algorithm is commonly used as cryptanalysis
tool to attack lattice-based primitives, since it can find a relatively shorter vector in the reduced lattice basis.
28} Coupled with the development of facilities, recruiting and training of operators for the HF/DF stations also commenced in both Australia and New Zealand, though it was not until late 1939 that the prospect of creating an independent cryptanalysis
organisation was investigated.
Marks shaped this group into an excellent cryptanalysis
department, with the motto 'There shall be no such thing as an indecipherable message'.
Security was the most important factor in the evaluation and encompassed features such as resistance of the algorithm to cryptanalysis
, soundness of its mathematical basis, randomness of the algorithm output, and relative security as compared to other candidates.
In spy stories about cryptography, ciphers make for an analogue of poetic form, encipherment a parallel to an aspect of composition, and cryptanalysis
an avatar of extreme new critical close-reading.
In this respect, it may resemble cryptanalysis
that often takes advantage of special features of the behavior of senders of messages.
97-shiki O-bun In-ji-ki J-machine a rat's baffle cry for cryptanalysis
Schneier calls the event a watershed in public cryptanalysis
If the science of encryption is "n" days old, you can bet the science of cryptanalysis
has been around for "n-1" days.
Sheffy explains the failure in the first battle of Gaza through inadequate British intelligence and traces its resultant improvement to the point where wireless interception, cryptanalysis
and air-photography, in the later part of the war, lent British commanders a distinct battlefield advantage.