In cryptography, ANDOS is an acronym for All Or Nothing Disclosure of Secrets.

ANDOS is a two-party protocol introduced in 1986 by Brassard, Crepeau and Robert (BCR87).

In cryptography, two party protocols have a goal of creating a way for two parties to share secret information without the receiving party being able to gain any additional information about other secrets the sending party has.

A famous example of this is two millionaires trying to figure out who is richer without sharing how much money they actually have.