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de·crypt

(dē-kript)
To convert encrypted electronic information to plain text.
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It was earlier ruled that decrypted ballot images can be used by Head Revisorshead in the three-person committee conducting the recountwhen "the paper ballots were wet, damaged or are otherwise unreadable." "In the interim, the Tribunal shall prepare for the use of decrypted ballot images in the revision proceedings," the PET added.
PET said it shall prepare for the use of decrypted ballot images in the revision proceedings.
"Thus, it is in the interest of the protestant (Marcos) that the Tribunal be allowed to resort to the decrypted ballot images, whenever necessary," the resolution read.
Marcos claimed that the decrypted ballot images are compromised and that their integrity is dubious and highly questionable.
to produce the decrypted contents, or (4) to enter the password.
There have also been actual cases in which the routine that compares the authentication data and authentication bypassed by manipulating the routine in order to approve user authentication by force has been analyzed, as shown in Figures 3 and 4, or in which the encryption/decryption process has been analyzed, the exposed encryption/decryption key acquired, and the encrypted data decrypted [6].
The method can achieve a higher embedding capacity and better quality of decrypted images than previous ESRDH methods.
The move comes as the company feels the hashed passwords or a series of random- looking characters used by companies for security reasons to protect users can be " theoretically decrypted".
After that IFT will be applied followed by multiplication by the conjugate of the first random phase mask to get the resulting decrypted image.
For storage, data in transit is decrypted so that it is in the clear and then re-encrypted by another encryption algorithm.
Public-key encryption methods ensure that the data can only be decrypted by the sender and the final receiver of the message, ensuring security of data.