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encipher

[en′sī·fər]
(communications)
To convert a plain-text message into unintelligible language by means of a cryptosystem. Also known as encrypt.
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Since the size of the auxiliary data is usually less than that of the compressed image, the time complexity for enciphering auxiliary data is less than that of the above two issues.
Although the enciphering scheme being a straightforward procedure, the inverse problem constitutes a very expensive task.
The difference between commercial scrambling and enciphering is illustrated by applying each process to the word SENSITIVE, for example.
Enciphering is usually done at the level of individual characters or electrical (binary) bits of information where substitution completely alters the information.
Attack: Test all possible keys by enciphering the plaintext and comparing to ciphertext--a key search.
Company Overview: Enigma Telecommunication Enciphering was founded in 1994 with the mission of delivering highly efficient telecommunication security devices and sophisticated telephony devices, for both the private and public sectors.
Corporate Data: For more information please contact Enigma Telecommunication Enciphering, Science Park Technion, P.
CONTACT: Amichai Bar-Nir of Enigma Telecommunication Enciphering Ltd.
Luna SP also includes an integrated FIPS 140-2 level 3 validated HSM capable of performing over 1200 transactions per second (1024-bit RSA operations) to provide high-performance cryptographic processing for applications requiring key generation, enciphering, deciphering, or digital signatures.
In addition, SIPPS is one of the only voice-over IP software client that protects the caller's privacy by enciphering the transmitted data with a 64-bit encryption during conversations between SIPPS clients.
The patents, "Multi-layer encryption system for broadcast of encrypted information" and "A system for enciphering and deciphering digital signals" were originally filed by a corporate predecessor of TV/COM International and were acquired by Irdeto Access as part of its acquisition of TV/COM International.