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decryption

(cryptography)
Any procedure used in cryptography to convert ciphertext (encrypted data) into plaintext.
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These servers contained Initialization Vectors (IVs), keys and private bitcoin wallets, which helped Kaspersky Lab and the NHTCU to create a special repository of decryption keys: noransom.
a provider of password recovery, decryption, and electronic evidence discovery software for computer forensics, law enforcement organizations, government agencies, and private investigators, announces version 4 of its flagship encrypted electronic evidence discovery product -- Passware Kit Forensic 2015.
The paper is organized such that, section (2) discusses the over view of the public key cryptosystem based on number theoretic transforms published in "International journal of Computational Mathematical Sciences", section (3) the brute force attack, section (4) the key agreement resistible against brute force attack, section (5) pubic key encryption and decryption algorithm, section (6) the security aspect and section (7) an illustration and (8) conclusion.
Ransomware uses malicious code in order to hijack user files, encrypt them and then demand payment in return for the decryption key.
For example, encryption and decryption are compute-intensive activities that can slow access to stored data, especially when organizations are storing and accessing massive amounts of information.
From five vantage points--human agents on the ground, signal intelligence involving decryption of messages, electronic surveillance, misinformation and double agents, and airborne surveillance--Owen details all aspects of intelligence and information-gathering techniques employed during the past 100 years.
The book is a careful explanation of the greatest codebreak of the Cold War (at least, the greatest we know about) which was the National Security Agency's decryption of nearly 3,000 Soviet cables from the 1940s.
Once you've logged on with your password, encryption and decryption of files occurs automatically, thus preventing the hassles and potential negligence of conducting these tasks manually.
The other patents are US 7,801,304 (priority 1981), US 7,992,169 (priority 1987), and a fourth decryption patent (1981 priority) that is still in prosecution and expected to issue later this year.
In hardware-based encryption, individual processors execute the encryption and decryption processes.
For decryption, the ciphertext is the data block to be processed.
Howevr, the operation of such a scheme requires careful synchronization of the encryption and decryption processes.