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decrypt

[dē′kript]
(electronics)
To convert a crypotogram or series of electronic pulses into plain text by electronic means.

decrypt

To convert secretly coded data (encrypted data) back into its original form. Contrast with encrypt. See plaintext and cryptography.
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In this method, a message encrypted by one key of the pair can only be decrypted using the other key of the pair.
Once taking part in this giveaway, the participants can get all their encrypted Blu-ray discs decrypted, no matter how new or advanced they are.
At the destination network the packets are decrypted and the original Ethernet packets are securely delivered to the destination Ethernet devices such as Personal Computers, Work Stations, File Servers, Networked Phone Systems, Surveillance and Access Control Systems.
Once the MKB is decrypted, it provides the Media Key.
Key-Set files also enable organizations to use the proven security of private key encryption without requiring any users to exchange their private keys while also insuring that anything encrypted using one of the Key-Set entries can be decrypted by the KeyMaster
As part of the new S-Series appliance, the IDS can inspect the decrypted contents of every encrypted packet to identify previously undetected attacks through termination of the SSL session.
Following authorization, the iPower system will allow only the appropriate information to be decrypted for immediate use.
These adapters allow protection of specific fields within the application as well as enforcement of application user access to the decrypted values.
The SRP is a co-processor board that allows classified data on computer media previously encrypted by the U/SSP3110 media encryptor to be transparently decrypted and accessed.
Data is encrypted and decrypted on the fly by a certified cryptographic engine inside an ASIC without taking up any CPU resources.