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de·crypt

(dē-kript)
To convert encrypted electronic information to plain text.
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file that cannot be decrypted to any plaintext at all (even a
The method of encrypting the whole disk encrypts and decrypts all data stored on the disk according to the user authentication result.
The methods [18-21] can embed an additional message from the decrypted image.
* Decrypts selected SQL objects with a single click
Elcomsoft Password Digger decrypts and exports system and user keychains.
When a user decrypts the random number with the private key, he would later return the decrypted number to RA and then get the current system time T2.
Both sequential data sets and members of partitioned data sets may be encrypted or decrypted. A feature of the batch process is that, for the entire file, a range of columns in the file may be encrypted or decrypted without having to process all the characters in a record.
Describing the new technology in the International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics, Bobby Tait and Basie von Solms of the University of Johannesburg have shed some light on how biometrics-fingerprints, iris pattern, etc.-can be used to encrypt and decrypt data, so that Internet users do not have to remember endless, complicated passwords.
Next, recently declassified decrypts fill in historical gaps to show how the Allies used focused intelligence efforts to conceal force movements for the operation and gauge the efficacy of the deception stratagem.
The FPGA decrypts the update and stores it as "plain text" on the chip.
The software decrypts and verifies incoming e-mail and encrypts and signs outgoing e-mails automatically.
Then, when the message is received, the recipient's computer decrypts the message and distills the e-mail into numbers again.