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cryptology

[krip′täl·ə·jē]
(communications)
The science of preparing messages in forms which are intended to be unintelligible to those not privy to the secrets of the form, and of deciphering such messages.

cryptology

The study of cryptography and cryptanalysis.

cryptology

The science of developing secret codes and/or the use of those codes in encryption systems. See cryptography.
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All current accounts of the big "Other" misplace or otherwise obscure the channels by which powerful, cryptological gambits elude a critical intellectual gaze.
Adding to the tension was the lieutenant commander head of Liberty's cryptological branch persuading the ship's captain to remain in harm's way, only 14 miles offshore, in full view of Israeli forces.
Whether the book will help trigger a sea change in the cultural dialogue about cryptological issues remains to be seen, but I for one am pretty hopeful about the prospect.
This makes it possible to use this concept for password protocols and in cryptological games like tossing a coin by telephone or exchanging secret keys (SN:9/26/81, p.
He joined Nokia Research Center (NRC), Helsinki in 1997 where he has contributed in several roles for Nokia research in the wireless security area, including cryptological aspects.
By taking care of our people, they will fulfill the goals of the command and ultimately the Navy, since they go to work in the fleet," said Hall, who serves as the leading petty officer for the Operations Department of Maritime Cryptological Information center.
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