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decrypt

[dē′kript]
(electronics)
To convert a crypotogram or series of electronic pulses into plain text by electronic means.
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decrypt

To convert secretly coded data (encrypted data) back into its original form. Contrast with encrypt. See plaintext and cryptography.
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It prevents the leakage of original data by authenticating users with the encryption module and by encrypting/decrypting the data based on the encryption/decryption key generated inside the module for normal users and does not encrypt or decrypt the data otherwise.
The methods [18-21] can embed an additional message from the decrypted image.
This provides two layers of protection: Users must first decrypt the hard disk when logging in and then provide the file-specific password or key to open the file.
On the contrary the graph of the proposed map has had approximately no filling spaces as it has been obtained as a sharp graph which means more sharpening and hence more enhancement for the decrypted image as well as achieving better randomness property over traditional map.
ApexSQL Decrypt 2017 includes the following features:
While that knowledge makes it possible for the NSA to decrypt communications on a mass scale, it gives the same capability to other countries, some of which are adversaries to the US.
From the graph it is clear that our system holds good and it is efficient to decrypt any number of files that has been shared with the authorized users who belong to the same group.
Information confirm: as the relationship of one to one between the public and private, if the value of B via public key to decrypt and that of A are the same, it can be confirmed that the information is sent by A [2].
This DES key can then be submitted to CloudCracker.com — a commercial online password cracking service that runs on a special FPGA cracking box developed by David Hulton of Pico Computing — where it will be decrypted in under a day.
The suspect refused to supply the passwords in time for his appearance before a federal grand jury in Florida and in response to a later court order requiring him to decrypt the hard drives, the WSJ reported.
Using FILEGARD is a simple process, requiring a one-step batch job which reads the file, encrypts or decrypts the data and writes it back.
The only way to decrypt locked files is to use a separate 'key' on a CD, DVD, or USB drive.