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de·crypt

(dē-kript)
To convert encrypted electronic information to plain text.
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The appliance encrypts all data going to storage, and decrypts data going back to the applications as it monitors all file access attempts.
It does not matter who has access to this public key because it requires both keys to successfully encrypt and decrypt a message.
Application traffic managers can reject all traffic that is not explicitly defined as acceptable, decrypt hundreds of thousands of SSL encrypted applications, and perform application traffic inspection.
The core SecureDB solution allows security officers to encrypt specific columns (fields) within a relational database and define policies that assign specific users rights to the keys that encrypt and decrypt those fields.
com, today announced a family of hard drive enclosures which encrypt and decrypt the entire hard drive in real time, including boot sector, temp files, swap files and the operating system, without degrading system performance.
In addition to WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) decryption support, OmniPeek now allows users to decrypt network traffic using a WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) pre-shared key.
With a right-click of your mouse, you can encrypt, decrypt, and securely erase your files.
The Kasenna platform then streams requested content and the MediaShield License Manager decrypts the content for viewing by the end user for playback.
AEFSDR effectively (and instantly) decrypts the files protected under all versions of Windows 2000 (including Service Packs 1, 2 and 3).
Upon receiving the message, the mail server decrypts and decompresses the ciphertext back to the original plaintext.
The recipient's software decrypts the message by using the two prime factors of its private key.