noun, plural cryp·tos.
Origin of crypto
Origin of crypto-
Examples from the Web for crypto
Contemporary Examples of crypto
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
May 12, 2014
Historical Examples of crypto
It used to be that crypto people tried to keep all of this a secret.
"Well, there's tons of crypto code for free online, of course," Jolu said.
There are four parts to any crypto message: the original message, called the "cleartext."
There's only one kind of crypto that anyone uses: crypto that's public, open and can be deployed by anyone.
So I knew that crypto would keep me safe from eavesdroppers, but I wasn't ready to deal with histograms.
before a vowel crypt-
Word Origin for crypto-
before vowels crypt-, word-forming element meaning "secret" or "hidden," used in forming English words since at least 1760, from Latinized form of Greek kryptos "hidden, concealed, secret" (see crypt; the Greek comb. form was krypho-). Crypto-fascist is attested from 1937; crypto-communist from 1946.