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decryption

(cryptography)
Any procedure used in cryptography to convert ciphertext (encrypted data) into plaintext.
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Tolentino placed 13th in the senatorial race in the May 2016 polls, behind De Lima; and the decryption is crucial in determining whether or not his poll protest may still change the results.
Election lawyer Romulo Macalintal said 'nothing spectacular is expected from this decryption.
The Time Circuit Algorithm (TCA) can be defined as the mechanism for effecting predetermined time of decryption for any multimedia data encrypted and sent on transition.
With its expanded SSL decryption solution, Gigamon helps remove network blind spots to expose malicious threats and feeds decrypted traffic-of-interest to the appropriate security tools for immediate analysis and mitigation.
Their construction appends a redundant ciphertext of a random message and a tag to each ciphertext, and requires the original untransformed ciphertext as an auxiliary input in the final decryption step by the user.
Tektronix, an industry-leading innovator of video quality monitoring solutions, has unlocked end-to-end ABR monitoring with today's unveiling of decryption and decode functionality for the Sentry ABR video quality monitoring platform.
proposed to outsource the decryption of ABE ciphertext, which allows the user to perform heavy decryption through "borrowing" the computing resources from a third party service provider without revealing data [9].
Because decryption is often handled by the browser, in some instances the decryption key might sit unprotected in the browser's buffer, where it can be captured to allow others to decode the video.
We can see that either encryption or decryption for document files and picture files consume approximately the same amount of energy (if they are about of the same size).
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.
A new report by Kaspersky Lab, an anti-virus company, has revealed that ransomware may be made so complex in the future by hackers, that it will be beyond the decryption capabilities of the anti-virus industry.
Companies can create Emergency Decryption Keys (EDKs) which can be used to access data without knowing (or coming to know) the original password.