noun, plural cryp·tos.
Definition for crypto (2 of 2)
Origin of crypto-
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The trouble is, crypto programs are still too hard for normal people to use.Crypto for the Masses: Here’s How You Can Resist the NSA|Quinn Norton|May 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There are four parts to any crypto message: the original message, called the "cleartext."
You can't tell who's passing Xnet packets by looking at the contents of those packets, thanks to crypto.
"Well, there's tons of crypto code for free online, of course," Jolu said.
So I knew that crypto would keep me safe from eavesdroppers, but I wasn't ready to deal with histograms.
There's only one kind of crypto that anyone uses: crypto that's public, open and can be deployed by anyone.