Cryptanalysis (English Wikipedia)

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  • 36. The Bletchley Park 1944 Cryptographic Dictionary defined a depth as
    1. A series of code messages reciphered with the same, or the same part of a, reciphering key especially when written under one another so that all the groups (usually one in each message) that are reciphered with the same group of the subtractor lie under each other and form a 'column'.
    (b) two or more messages in a transposition cipher that are of the same length and have been enciphered on the same key;
    (c) two or more messages in a machine or similar cipher that have been enciphered on the same machine-setting or on the same key.
    2. be in depth : (of messages). Stand to each other in any of the relationships described above.
    The Bletchley Park 1944 Cryptographic Dictionary formatted by Tony Sale (c) 2001 (PDF), p. 27

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  • 1. "Cryptanalysis/Signals Analysis". Nsa.gov. 2009-01-15. Retrieved 2013-04-15.

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