windtalker


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Noun1.windtalker - a secret agent who was one of the Navajos who devised and used a code based on their native language; the code was unbroken by the Japanese during World War II
intelligence agent, intelligence officer, operative, secret agent - a person secretly employed in espionage for a government
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WindTalker only needs to gather 800 packets per second of replies to analyse the user's keystrokes.
SSI, a provider of advanced software engineering services and solutions, and CoreGuard, the developer of the WindTalker Security Platform, today announced that they have entered into a strategic partnership to offer next generation security technology to the government and private-industry markets.
The contract, valued in excess of $11 Million, is to develop and qualify a Type 1 encryption capability, known as the Windtalker Encryption Device (WED), for the TruLink system in support of Army Air Warrior & Navy Aircraft Wireless Intercommunication applications.
On the international scene, the economic development leader made multiple trips to China this past year as he helps finalize arrangements for that country's officials to invest in Windtalker Energy.
com)-- SSI, a provider of advanced software engineering services and solutions, and CoreGuard, the developer of the WindTalker Security Platform, today announced that they have entered into a strategic partnership to offer next generation security technology to the government and private-industry markets.
The integration of WindTalker technology will allow uMesh to go beyond what is currently utilized by government and private industry today," says James English, CEO Telemetry Labs.
A similar story was told in the 2002 movie Windtalkers, which focused on two Navajo soldiers responsible for sending and receiving near unbreakable codes during World War II; the codes were based on the Navajo language and helped the Allies win the war.
Additionally, classics like The Last of the Mohicans, Windtalkers and other feature films will be available for rent on Xfinity On Demand.
This second edition reflects Woo's current status as a director, looking at the critical reception to the films Mission: Impossible II, Windtalkers, Paycheck, and Red Cliff.
They helped with every US Marine assault from 1942 to 1945 - with their exploits turned into hit film Windtalkers in 2002.
The actor's believable onscreen anger, it would seem, is partly borne out of the fact that he's made so many duff-to-rotten movies in recent years, from Captain Corelli's Mandolin to Windtalkers, Ghost Rider, Next, Bangkok Dangerous and Knowing.
The technique was spotlighted in the 2002 Nicolas Cage movie Windtalkers in which Navajo indians talk in their own language on the radio to confuse the Japanese.