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encrypt

(ĕn-krĭpt′) [″ + Gr. kryptos, hidden]
To disguise; to shield from view by representing one symbolic character with another.
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BTW, the only collation available for deterministic encrypted columns is _BIN2.
There are already a number of methods for searching data in an encrypted state, but these rely on pre-registering searchable keywords, and do not allow for freeform searching.
Target said that the PIN information was fully encrypted at the keypad, remained encrypted within our system, and remained encrypted when it was removed from our systems, adding that it does not store or have access to the specific encryption keys.
Recently, we have seen some powerful DoS and DDoS attacks that took advantage of the encrypted SSL traffic, targeting firms that depend on secured online transactions such as financial institutions, government agencies, social networking companies and others.
Encrypted Documents is a hosted solution that does not require any additional infrastructure or operations costs.
The longer data must be maintained in an encrypted form, the more important key management becomes.
While some of the tax preparation programs do allow the use of user names and passwords, the fact that the data is not encrypted makes it vulnerable.
com) is a free product that lets you hide an encrypted file in an image.
509 Certificate for S/MIME or generate a PGP key pair and can immediately start sending and receiving encrypted and signed messages.
An electric pulse or jolt of radiation is more likely to cause the chip to crash than to lead to a faulty encrypted message.
If Prince Charles and Princess Diana had encrypted their cellular-phone conversations, they would have spared themselves much embarrassment.
Siafu Software is out to demonstrate that encrypted network storage doesn't have to come with a high price tag or any performance degradation," said John Matze, president and CEO, Siafu Software.