What do cryptographer do?
Cryptography (or cryptology; from Greek κρυπτός, "hidden, secret"; and γράφειν, graphein, "writing", or -λογία, -logia, "study", respectively) is the practice and study of techniques for secure communication in the presence of third parties (called adversaries). More generally, it is about constructing and analyzing protocols that overcome the influence of adversaries and which are related to various aspects in information security such as data confidentiality, data integrity,authentication, and non-repudiation. Modern cryptography intersects the disciplines of mathematics, computer science, and electrical engineering. Applications of cryptography include ATM cards, computer passwords, and electronic commerce.
Francis Birch - cryptographer - was born in 1889.
Francis Birch - cryptographer - died in 1956.
Ueli Maurer - cryptographer - was born in 1960.
A cryptographer is someone who performs in the field of cryptology. Cryptology is the study of codes and ciphers and also the breaking of them.
Robert Morris - cryptographer - was born on 1932-07-25.
Robert Morris - cryptographer - died on 2011-06-26.
The answer will depend on the code being used.
The answer will depend on the code being used.
A degree in mathematics would be a good start.
about 1000000 a year more it u got to school longer
Joan Daemen is a Belgian cryptographer who helped design the Advanced Encryption Standard that protects information on the internet.
Egyptian cryptographer Taher ElGamal is 61 years old (birthdate: August 18, 1955).
John Wallis (1616-1703) made significant contributions to Trigonometry, calculus and geometry and was chief Cryptographer to Parliament
Be a good cryptographer/computer programmer and work for the NSA in another Dan Brown novel "The Digital Fortress",
A cryptographer studies codes, secret writing techniques. Cryptographers are people who make codes. A person who breaks codes is called a cryptanalyst. Most cryptographers also act as cryptanalysts, since they have to first try and break their codes before gaining any confidence in them. Of course, just because they could not break their own codes does not mean that they are unbreakable. Generally a cryptanalyst's work involves deeper mathematics than a cryptographer's.
Lt. Diana Prince of G-2 U.S. Army intelligence, normally a desk job, probably a cryptographer, which her knowledge of Greek would help.
That alpha-numeric sequence does not describe a line, or anything else that I can determine. It would need a cryptographer to extract meaning from it.
Leon Battista Alberti was an Italian author, artist, architect, poet, priest, linguist, philosopher, cryptographer and general Renaissance humanist polymath.
With an associate's degree in information technology, you can become a programmer, database manager/administrator, systems analyst, cryptographer, web page designer, etc.
a cryptogramme, for instance. Cryptographer, crypto-something (a crypto-Fascist, for ex, someone who tends to hide his/her Fascist tendencies), a.s.o. apocrypha cyptic FYI crypt is from Greek and means hidden
The main weakness of monoalphabetic ciphers is that although the letters themselves change, their frequency does not. So, any enthusiastic cryptographer could crack the code using frequency analysis tables of the original plaintext language
The traditional Wonder Woman"s cover occupation was a lieutenant in Army Intelligence and presumably a cryptographer ( code specialist- which her Amazon background would be helpful. in some more recent incarnations she worked for the UN , Nasa, and other government agencies.
An MS in Mathamatics is what i read in one job add. but i'd shoot for a PHD. An entry-level Cryptologic job will require at least a BS in computer science, mathematics, foreign languages, engineering, telecommunications, computer programming languages, political science and/or international relations
To the best of my knowledge the character of Wonder Woman was designed or created by one Charles Moulton, a psychologist, about l940 . She was/is an Army intelligence officer, presumably a cryptographer, though this is never stated, she has a desk job and ( in cover) wears wide-angle eyeglasses, as Wonder Woman, no handicapping conditons at all!
Crypto is Greek for hidden or secret Graphic is from the Greek word graphikos meaning writing, belonging to drawing, picturesque. Hence Cryptographic litterally means 'secret writing' in ancient Greek. To simplify all of the above; a Crytographer is a person who decodes messages or even more simply : Cryptogtapher=Decoder
Diana, who was the patroness of hunting, is probably the closest. She should be familiar to many as Wonder Woman Real name Princess Diana ( not of the Windsor house!)- cover name Diana Prince. Occupation: US Army intelligence officer- probably a cryptographer- which her Greek Background ( she"s an Amazon) would help.
Not as often as one might think. She, after all in her straight job was an intelligence officer- probably a cryptographer, not exactly lifeguard of hook-and-ladder fireman! She did resuce people on occasion- such as Wonder Girl (Donna Troy) but this was not her main line of work- more combative and crime-fighting, dealing with terrorist plots- weird animals, etc.
She came out during the War ( l939-45 conflict) She is the only superheroine who actually is in the employ of Uncle Sam- an officer of G-2 or Army Intelligence, later CIA and related Federal jobs. Lt. Prince takes off her specs, does the twist- and out comes Wonder Woman. She ( on duty at the Pentagon, is a cryptographer, which her Amazon background would surely be of advantage. ( Russian has some Greek roots… Read More
Diana Prince, in the TV version she is a Lieutenant, JG ( two rank stripes) for the Us Navy Intelligence section- who also spawned ( Hssshhhh) Electra Powers. In the comic books she is an Army Intelligence officer- probably a cryptographer. It has been rumored the DOD ( Department of Defense- all service branches) have designed a badge for Cryptographers and interpreters- get this- a Winged ( for Airmen) Aladdin"s Lamp! considering the Middle East… Read More
As a cryptographer- officer grade- she has or has had in the past access to a great deal of classified information on the Military intelligence line. Tapping computers in the Big house with Five sides- that would be easy. As an Amazon, she knows all Earth languages so brings unusual skills to the Crypto desk. Perhaps we could use her to unravel cipher messages from The Middle East! Get he back in Olive Drab, and… Read More
Wonder Woman is a desk-oriented Intelligence officer, service rank Lieutenant- o-l. She is most probably a cryptographer- which her Amazon knowledge of Greek would surely be advantageous. ( there were Greek based ciphers used in World War II) he is sometimes seen operating a machine like an oversized typewriter which is a code transcriber, need not give more details. In the TV version she is a Navy Wave officer doing approximatley the same type of… Read More
It has a neat alliterative ring. Besides, Gotham has ( In Coney Island) the Wonder Wheel. Wonder stories was a popular ( not as much as Amazing stories was and is, ) Science Fiction magazine, but Wondie did not strut her stuff in that one. She was in Sensational comics before getting her own book. Princess Diana of the Amazons was a desk officer- a lieutenant, in the Army Intelligence division. As a result she… Read More
Wherever duty calls. The classic Wonder Woman was one Lt. Diana Prince, of the US Army intelligence ( in the TV show she was a Naval Intelligence officer) Of necessity she was shifted around to different base assignments. as far as is known, Wonder Woman is/was the only DC superhero type directly in the employ of Uncle Sam! They tried to keep her in the Washington area- but it as never specifically stated she was… Read More
It is difficult to see what need a cryptographer, working indoors on an essentially desk-bound duty slot, would have a need to pack the heat! It was rumored that even in World War 2 G-2 (army Intelligence) agents on domestic duty normally did not carry firearms nor were they instructed in their use. a person who claimed to have been a G-2 agent (in logistics) once told me-nevr any firearms instruction, shooting practice , anything… Read More
geographers dig up fossils.. what_happens.">Different historians investigate the past differenty for example - cryptographer: breaks codes or study codes for example ancient egyptian symbols used in tombs - archaeologist: dig up the past for example fossils, bones egyptian tombs et - anthropologist: study nature like apps, monkeys, humans -paleontologist: studies fossils and just to add a motive is a reason why someone does something. a consequence is the result of an action. The what happens… Read More
David Haverty has: Played Gambler in "Las Vegas" in 2003. Played Racer in "Drive" in 2007. Played Customer in "Pimp at the Booth" in 2007. Played Police Officer in "Live Free or Die Hard" in 2007. Played Cryptographer in "The Red Machine" in 2009. Played Mike Freeman in "The Death of Tempo" in 2010. Played Blind Man in "The Fate of Phoenix" in 2011. Performed in "Reign" in 2012. Played Chris in "Birds of Paradise"… Read More
Atlantis, the lost empire is a loosely-adapted ( and inaccurate) version of what might have been the First Stilwell Expedition, which was commanded by Joseph Stilwell who gave his name to the Coney Island avenue. There are all kinds of distortions, Stilwell in real life survived the mission, as he was extremely active in World War II in the China-Burma-India theatre. The kid cryptographer in Atlantis, called Philo something was a take off on mystery… Read More
Everything under the Fifty-Star banner! Wonder Woman is a G-2 officer- Army Intelligence and thus has frequent roving assignments for Uncle Sam. Therfore, she is not tied down to any one locale like Metropolis ( Superman) or Central City ( Flash) The cosmopolitan nature of her assigned roles is somewhat unique among comic book heroes and heroines- she is a Federal officer. It should be understood that Barry Allen ( Flash) was a regular Central… Read More
The Classic Wonder Woman created By Charles Moulton, was a commissioned officer of U.S. Army Intelligence. She had the rank of Lieutenant. She worked at various duty stations but mostly in and around Washington, though the Pentagon was never directly stated as an on-base posting. She was a cryptographer. Nowadays this job is done mostly by specialist non-coms or maybe Warrant Officers- who stay at the same rank throughout their careers. (They often perform highly… Read More
The Allied Forces had a cryptographer. He deciphered the Japanese messages. He learned they were going to make an attack. However, he was unable to learn where the attack would be. Someone came up with the brilliant idea of sending a phony message (since they knew the Japanese were deciphering their messages). The phony message said that Midway Island's desalinization machine was not working so there is limited fresh water. Please send a new machine… Read More
Batgirl did die in a rather smoothly-handled fall in the TV cartoon version. It was then revealed she was the daughter of Commisioner Gordon, the Police official. She is/was Barbara Gordon. somewhat oddly her cover occupation was a Librarian. On the other hand LT. Prince (US Army) is almost certainly a cryptographer - again a brainsy desk job. They rarely cooperated. BatMan did seem to have a more or less Platonic attachment to Wonder Woman… Read More
No, but the scene is definitely in an East-block country that somehow was allowed to keep its Monarchical structure. Diana Prince, while touring the mythical land, is seen to be a dead ringer for the Crown Princess- known in the tale as Fabiola ( in real life the Queen of Belgium- now Queen Mother) well the confused identity tale takes place -an ancient idea in literature- but not too probable. Of course Wonder Woman is… Read More
In the Silver age Wonder Woman, her MOS ( main occupational specialty) with Uncle Sam was crypto intelligence. She was an officer-grade cryptographer. It was hinted somewhere that as an Amazon her hobby was linguistics ( language studies) so this would come in handy for a crytpo technician. Besides, She"s an Amazon and well-versed in the various Greek languages and ciphers- some of which have baffled the most studious historians. I"m suprised they never got… Read More
During World War II, Alan Turing (inventor of the Turing Machine) worked as a cryptographer, decoding codes and ciphers at one of the British government's top-secret establishments located at Bletchley Park. In January 1943, along with a number of colleagues, Turing began to construct an electronic machine to decode the Geheimfernschreiber cipher. This machine, which they dubbed COLOSSUS, comprised 1,800 vacuum tubes and was completed and working by December of the same year! By any… Read More
In simple terms: The Japanese had planned to attack Midway which is where the US had a military base. The US had been monitoring the Japanese communications on the telegraphy waves. They knew the Japanese were going to attack somewhere. The US cryptographer figured out they were going to get Midway when he sent a phony message saying the desalinization machine on Midway was not working. When the Japanese heard the message they relayed a… Read More
The code itself was a very simple one. However, Navajo was spoken by very few people who were not Navajo and none of them lived outside the US. There were almost no books on the language published outside of the US. Navajo is very difficult for non Athabascan language speakers. Both the consonants and grammar and tones are hard for many people to say or hear. The code used Navajo as a basis but was… Read More
This is one of my favorite subjects. Thanks! The U.S. had their codes cracked quite easily so they had to come up with a more effective code. In 1942 Philip Johnston thought of a code that was unbreakable to the enemy. A code based on the Navajo language. Johnston headed to Camp Elliot (near San Diego) and presented his idea for a code to Lt. Col. James E. Jones, the Area Signal Officer. 29 Navajos… Read More
Alan Turing Alan Mathison Turing; 23 June 1912 - 7 June 1954), was a British mathematician, logician, cryptanalyst, and computer scientist. He was highly influential in the development of computer science, giving a formalisation of the concepts of "algorithm" and "computation" with the Turing machine, which can be considered a model of a general purpose computer. Turing is widely considered to be the father of computer science and artificial intelligence. During World War II, Turing… Read More
1937 July: Japan invades North China from Manchuria. 1940 July: U.S. imposes trade sanctions, followed by an embargo, aimed at curbing Japan's military aggression in Asia. 1941 January: Adm. Yamamoto begins communicating with other Japanese officers about a possible attack on Pearl Harbor. Jan. 27: Joseph C. Grew, the U.S. ambassador to Japan, wires Washington that he has learned that Japan is planning a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. No one in Washington believes the… Read More