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code name

An internal name given to a product under development. For example, Chicago was the code name for Windows 95; Merced was the code name for Intel's Itanium chip.
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He's a former investigative journalist in "Der Spiegel", a German media outlet, and he said that SIMO, he did not put it in the article, but he said that SIMO means 'Special intelligence methods organization" and this is a cryptonym of CIA according to his source.
A]ug[usta]" is a cryptonym for Byron's doubly bound desire for "peace"--that is, for the perfectly encrypted signifying fragment (a piece or a textualized partial or part-object: object a in Lacan's vocabulary) that promises to free him from his "prodigal ancestry," while perpetually setting him adrift in a fragmentary flow of signifying fragments: "aug" "ht" "usta" "ht" "h'd" "v'd" "I'd" "n'd.
Andrew Fernandes, chief scientist at the Cryptonym Corporation in Ontario said he found the key, which gives back door access to Windows 9X, Windows NT and Windows 2000, while investigating NT4 security breaches.
One huge set was labeled "AGK2," and this cryptonym piqued my curiosity.
In response to the Marches' curious inquiries about this cryptonym, he inscribes chalk marks on the ship's planks - a cipher that he decodes as the "M'm," which he insists "have no name" (167).
As Warsaw suffers and crumbles, as he himself walks toward his fiery doom, the narrator even learns the meaning of a mysterious cryptonym, SBFTHRO: the Secret Banquet For The Highest-Ruling Officials, a sumptuous feast conducted within hidden subterranean chambers while the people of Warsaw live with constant scarcity.
The Central Intelligence Agency's current cryptonym for itself in classified message traffic is PNINFINITE.
org/wiki/CIA_cryptonym) CIA cryptonym refers to polygraph lie detector testing.
Nadja's erasure, noted by Orenstein, becomes Breton's antimetaphor or cryptonym, his monument to the impossible potential of simultaneously losi ng himself and realizing the effect of this loss.
Andrew Fernandes, chief scientist at Canadian security company Cryptonym Corp, issued a report on Friday claiming that he had come across a digital "signing key" labeled "NSA key" in Windows NT - giving potential access to email and other information, such as financial records.
Codes change an individual's name, and Hubbard expresses the view that "the change of name itself ought to be enough to alter one's character" (196) and that "even as shifting one's cryptonym called forth a new potentiality for oneself, so there was a shiver of metamorphosis in this alteration of appearance" (197).
id=KMFORGET) CIA cryptonym is the name of an operation that involved the agency planting stories in the media of one country and then clipped and mailed the articles to other countries.