Cryptologic Spectrum

Cryptologic Spectrum

"Cryptologic Spectrum" is a cryptology journal published internally by the National Security Agency, an intelligence agency of the United States government.cite web|title=Declassified NSA Document Reveals the Secret History of TEMPEST|last=Singel|first=Ryan|work=Wired|publisher=CondéNet, Inc.|url=|date=2008-04-29|accessdate=2008-05-01|archiveurl=|archivedate=2008-04-30] The journal was first published in 1969, and a selection of articles published between 1969 and 1981 are available to the public online. [cite web|url=|title=Cryptologic Spectrum Articles|work=Declassification Initiatives|publisher=National Security Agency|accessdate=2008-05-01|archiveurl=|archivedate=2008-04-28]

The journal had been classified until its tables of contents were published online in September 2006 following a Freedom of Information Act request in 2003.cite web|url=|title=Peek at NSA's Secret Reading List|last=Singel|first=Ryan|work=Wired|publisher=CondéNet, Inc.|date=2006-09-27|accessdate=2008-05-01|archiveurl=,71849-0.html|archivedate=2007-02-20] Three further NSA publications, "Cryptologic Quarterly", "Cryptologic Almanac", and "NSA Technical Journal", were also subject to the Freedom of Information Act request.

ee also

*"Cryptologic Quarterly"
*"Cryptologic Almanac"
*"NSA Technical Journal"


External links

* [ Official website for "Cryptologic Spectrum"]

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