Professional and amateur cryptographers haven’t come close in making a breakthrough, and that includes World War I and II codebreakers.
The superstition that it is bad luck to step on sidewalk cracks has been traced to c.1890.
Adjectival meaning in "top-notch, superior" is slang from 1793 (e.g.
“I’m working in the security team at Google, and would like to evaluate the Denuvo product to get an understanding on how it would integrate with existing solutions,” the email reads.
His focus seems to be strengthening existing solutions to hinder tempering with binary programs.
"I was given one sentence, 'We are breaking German codes, end of story'." It was Ruth Bourne's first job out of college, when, like thousands of other young British women during World War II, she was recruited to aid the Allied cipher-breaking efforts at Bletchley Park.