Translation of cryptanalysis in Spanish:


criptanálisis, n.

Pronunciation /ˌkrɪptəˈnæləsəs/ /ˌkrɪptəˈnalɪsɪs/


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    criptanálisis masculine
    • In this way, through cryptanalysis of the error messages, it is possible to glean clues on the make up of a legitimate password.
    • She shows how efforts by scientists using computer analyses, information theory, linguistics and cryptanalysis to break the genetic code in the 1950s yielded no results.
    • Differential cryptanalysis was ultimately a mathematical technique just waiting to be rediscovered by someone outside the Triple Fence interested in sophisticated codes.
    • Supercomputers are typically used for calculation-intensive tasks such as climate research, molecular modelling, physical simulations and cryptanalysis.
    • Her grandfather is also an expert in cryptanalysis: dropped behind enemy lines in the war, he now occupies himself compiling crosswords and brain-teasers for a newspaper and decoding a 400-year-old manuscript.
    • With the progress made in cryptography and cryptanalysis, people were gaining the ability to harm others, especially in a business environment where e-commerce had come to stay.
    • Because factoring is so difficult mathematically, it's also pretty much the holy grail of contemporary cryptanalysis.
    • Recently we've seen attacks that hack into the mathematics of cryptography and go beyond traditional cryptanalysis, forcing cryptography to do something new, different, and unexpected.
    • Differential cryptanalysis was developed this way; the attack was demonstrated on simpler variants of DES and then extrapolated to the full DES.
    • A large Victorian mansion in the centre of the park (now a museum) housed the Government Code and Cypher School and was the scene of many spectacular advances in modern cryptanalysis.
    • Another thing that will come along - probably after more than a decade or two - is quantum cryptanalysis, where you would use a quantum computer to decrypt existing codes.
    • This is the crux of differential cryptanalysis.
    • Cryptography theory is mature enough to base designs on, but there's still no substitute for detailed cryptanalysis.
    • I have long believed it to be the primary way cryptanalysis is done in the intelligence community.
    • Recently I've written a lot about airline security and counter-terrorism, but I've also written about new developments in the cryptanalysis of hash functions and defences for identity theft.
    • This goes back at least to the cryptanalysis of the Lorentz Machine, in WWII.
    • He shaped this group into an excellent cryptanalysis department, with the motto ‘There shall be no such thing as an indecipherable message’.