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Kelchblatt
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Kelchblatt 1 is a software program for decoding encrypted messages that are sent via tone-coded transmitters in the Short Wave (SW) radio band, used by agents of the Russian foreign intelligence service SVR [1]. It was first discovered in Germany in 2013 [3] and was used in combination with another software program, called Parabola, to encrypt and send messages via a satellite uplink.

  1. In the German language, Kelchblatt or Sepalum means Sepal (part of a flower) [2].  Wikipedia

References
  1. Wikipedia (Germany), Kelchblatt (Software)
    Retrieved January 2021.

  2. Wikipedia, Sepal
    Retrieved January 2021.  German version

  3. Fidelius Schmid & Holger Stark, Spionage. Im Land des Gegners
    Der Spiegel 27, 2003, pp. 28-30.
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