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Glossary of telecommunications encryption terms

This is a glossary of telecommunications encryption terms, derived from the Glossary of Telecommunication Terms published as Federal Standard 1037C. Please see the Federal Standard article for copyright-related issues, as not all parts of the source document are in the public domain.

bulk encryption[?] -- cipher -- cipher system[?] -- cipher text[?] -- ciphony[?] -- civision[?] -- codress message[?] -- compromise -- COMSEC equipment -- cover -- cryptanalysis -- CRYPTO -- Data Encryption Standard (DES) -- decipher -- decode[?] -- decrypt -- descrambler[?] -- encipher[?] -- encode -- encoding law[?] -- encrypt[?] -- end-to-end encryption[?] -- garble -- group -- key -- key distribution center[?] (KDC) -- key management[?] -- key stream[?] -- link encryption[?] -- multiplex link encryption[?] -- net control station[?] (NCS) -- null -- OTAR[?] -- plain text -- protected distribution system (PDS) -- protection interval[?] (PI) -- pseudorandom number generator -- public key cryptography -- RED/BLACK concept[?] -- RED signal[?] -- rekeying[?] -- remote rekeying[?] -- security management -- spoofing[?] -- superencryption[?] -- synchronous crypto-operation[?] -- transmission security key[?] (TSK) -- trunk encryption device[?] (TED) -- type 1 product -- type 2 product -- type 3 algorithm[?] -- type 4 algorithm[?] -- unique key[?] -- variant[?] -- vocoder



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