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Answer for the clue "Technical and intelligence information derived from foreign communications by other than the intended recipients ", 6 letters:
comint

Word definitions for comint in dictionaries

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
COMINT \COMINT\ n. an abbreviation for communications intelligence ; technical and intelligence information derived from foreign communications by other than the intended recipients. Syn: communications intelligence. [WordNet 1.5] ||

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
COMINT , communications intelligence, interprets intercepted, foreign messages or voice information; subcategory of SIGINT " COMINT " is the fifth episode of the first season of the period drama television series The Americans .

Usage examples of comint.

Technically known as comint or sigint—for communications or signals intelligence—there was no better form of information possible than your enemy's own words to his own people.

He had been identified because he had called 17, who was also known to be a security guard for Subject E CHO , as Escobedo was known to the comint team.

Within a month the comint team would have enough experience with the targets to develop all sorts of usable tactical intelligence.

Technically known as comint or sigint - for communications or signals intelligence - there was no better form of information possible than your enemy's own words to his own people.

He had been identified because he had called 17, who was also known to be a security guard for Subject ECHO, as Escobedo was known to the comint team.

Janusz was looking at a comint device of some kind that he carried in an armored case attached to a lanyard around his neck.