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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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For more information, please visit the ApexSQL Decrypt product page.
The tool can decrypt the content of system and user keychains, exporting full information into an unencrypted XML file or building a plain text dictionary for using with password recovery tools.
In theory, only the person or machine doing the scrambling and the recipient of the cyphertext know how to decrypt or unscramble the data since it will have been encrypted using an agreed-upon set of keys.
The management team at the factory must keep a record of the exact time of the message transmission, the public key used to decrypt the message, and a record of the encrypted message.
The CR7000 accelerates modulo functions for public key cryptography, providing 5000 RSA decrypts per second (1024-bit modulus with CRT).
The IIP decrypts certain card data and sends the reformatted information to an electronic funds transfer (EFT) network.
The applet encrypts and decrypts mail sent and received through the HushMail system.
The Viewing Client establishes a client/server connection with the Key Server, authenticates the user, and if authorized, decrypts the document into an intelligible image for viewing.
DigiTrek(TM) encrypts and decrypts information on CDs and DVDs.
The destination proxy decrypts the data, validates its integrity, and sends the data on to the sever application, its original destination.
Nothing in the historical record shows that Roosevelt, Stimson, or McCloy attached any particular significance to any specific MAGIC decrypt, let alone to the vanishingly tiny fraction that mentioned a desire to enlist Nisei spies.