Definition of cryptographic in English:

cryptographic

Pronunciation /ˌkriptəˈɡrafik/ /ˌkrɪptəˈɡræfɪk/

Translate cryptographic into Spanish

adjective

See cryptography

‘As you probably know, it works in a cryptographic fashion.’
  • ‘The descriptions of cryptographic techniques earlier in the book are longer and more lucid while those towards the end of the book seem rushed.’
  • ‘Physical and cryptographic keys are regularly rotated to limit the duration of exposure in case of a breach.’
  • ‘The result is that sender and receiver end up with an identical randomly generated number, used as the cryptographic key, that can be used for the encryption and subsequent decryption of data.’
  • ‘But as mathematicians have noted for decades, any cryptographic tool that relies on secrecy is inherently flawed.’