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cryp·tog·ra·pher

 (krĭp-tŏg′rə-fər)
n.
One who uses, studies, or develops cryptographic systems and writings.
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Noun1.cryptographer - decoder skilled in the analysis of codes and cryptograms
decipherer, decoder - the kind of intellectual who converts messages from a code to plain text
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cryptographer

[krɪpˈtɒgrəfəʳ] Ncriptógrafo/a m/f
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cryptographer

nKryptograf(in) m(f)
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Quoting Nadim Kobeissi, an applied cryptographer at Paris-based startup Symbolic Software, the report said, "We realized that the servers that Whatsapp uses to exchange videos, photos and files were being blocked in the same way they would block Facebook, the BBC etc."
Mathematics genius John Nash accepts a job as a cryptographer while struggling with his own paranoid schizophrenia.
In 19431 entered the US Army Air Corps where I served in the Pacific Campaign from New Guinea to Tokyo as a cryptographer. I returned in the spring of 1946 and was discharged.
"The person or persons who stole this information might have used them against us," Johns Hopkins University cryptographer Matthew Green said on the dangers of such software becoming available to the public.
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"These big companies don't want to encrypt your stuff because they spy on you, too," said Bruce Schneier, a well-known cryptographer and author who is chief technology officer for CO3 Systems.