NSA gives Web site a face-lift

The National Security Agency has unveiled a revamped Web site, complete with digitally enhanced graphics and interactive links.

The buffed-up NSA site supports current Web standards and is more accessible to users than the previous iteration, agency officials said. New links offer information on signals intelligence, R&D, acquisition and business opportunities, and staff diversity and quality of life topics.

The agency also revised its kids page. Crypto Cat, the new mascot, guides young visitors to coloring book pages, brainteasers, and codes, ciphers and other cryptology-related games.

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