CypherText


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CypherText

(language)
An interactive language for text formatting and typesetting.

["CypherText: An Extensible Composing and Typesetting Language", C.G. Moore et al, Proc FJCC 37, AFIPS (Fall 1970)].
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The user feeds in a 64 block of plain text and is returned 64 bits of cyphertext. The same algorithm and key are used to encrypt and decrypt operations.
C[epsilon] : cyphertext of the new buyer's watermark
The scrambled data is called cyphertext. 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.