NSA Suite A Cryptography

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National Security Agency (NSA) Suite A Cryptography is NSA cryptography which "contains classified algorithms that will not be released." "Suite A will be used for the protection of some categories of especially sensitive information (a small percentage of the overall national security-related information assurance market)."

Incomplete list of Suite A algorithms: MEDLEY, SHILLELAGH, BATON, SAVILLE, WALBURN, JOSEKI-1. [1]

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