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de·crypt

(dē-kript)
To convert encrypted electronic information to plain text.
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Marcos's lawyer Victor Rodriguez disclosed that their technical and legal team discovered the 'shocking and disturbing' discrepancies in the 'hundreds upon hundreds' of decrypted ballot images in Camarines Sur and Negros Oriental, which they were able to review in the last seven days.
Robredo's camp welcomed the PET's decision that allowed them to get soft copies of the ballot images that will be decrypted from secured digital cards in Camarines Sur, Iloilo, and Negros Oriental.
23 that she be furnished soft copies of the ballot images and reports from the decrypted SD cards from the three pilot provinces designated by Marcos for his election protest even though it was the latter who filed the protest.
Germany had a network of spies whose existence did not need to he pieced together from vague references in decrypted diplomatic messages.
This trap door (also known as a one-way function) prohibits text from being decrypted with the same key that encrypted it.
It will become a jailable offense to withhold these keys, and to "tip off" people who are having their emails decrypted by police.
If the distance is sufficiently small, the point is decrypted to represent 0.
A message encrypted with one key can only be decrypted with the other.
Once decrypted, the clear and decrypted data are combined to activate software programs, and other files.
Thereafter, a data going to the volume was encrypted, and all data pulled from it was decrypted.
With AEFSDR, protected files can decrypted even in a case when the system is not bootable so you cannot log on, and/or some encryption keys (private or master) have been tampered.
Over the last seven years, Widevine has changed the way the industry thinks about content security including the importance of protecting the digital hole -- the point when content has been decrypted on a video consumer electronics device just prior to on screen display.