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en·cryp·tion

(en-krip'shŭn)
The scrambling of electronic information being stored and sent so that if someone wrongly receives such information it will not be readable.
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Real Time Cryptanalysis of A5/1 on a PC, FAST SOFTWARE ENCRYPTION WORKSHOP (2000), available at http://cryptome.
Good nonlinearity characteristics indicate that the cipher is expected to be safe against linear cryptanalysis and also from algebraic attacks.
Employing NP-hard problem such as SVP in stream cipher will strengthen the security of the generated keystream against cryptanalysis attacks, since there is no known method that can solve NP-hard problems in polynomial time.
148] In contrast to cryptanalysis, [149] traffic analysis is relatively inexpensive, because less computing power is required.
Experienced coders can use cryptanalysis known as brute force.
If the key is truly random, an XOR-based one-time pad is perfectly secure against cipher text-only cryptanalysis.
Such cryptanalysis by professional scholar-programmers who can account for all letter shifts will take the young science of Edenics to another level.
Grouped by session, the papers are on topics that include image processing and intelligent control, video coding schemes, cryptanalysis and applications, 3D model retrieval and data hiding, internet and electronic commerce security, and others.
A Cambridge undergraduate who was recruited in 1943, Stripp not only had to learn the principles of cryptanalysis in quick time, but also get his head round the intricacies of the Japanese language and alphabet.
Thus making the design of cryptographic schemes that can counter new cryptanalysis techniques is becoming harder.
the expert in cryptanalysis, has introduceds a new evidence discovery solution for Windows Vista, XP, and Server 2003.