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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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'The Tribunal observes that, other than protestant's allegations that the decrypted ballot images are not faithful images of the paper ballots, he has not submitted any proof or evidence to show that the decrypted ballot images are compromised or that they are dubious or questionable.
the defendant to directly furnish the decrypted contents of the device.
In detail, the inserted ID is encrypted with the hash value of the PW in the registration process and is decrypted with the hash value of the PW' received from the user in the later authentication process in Step 15.
To extract the secret bit and recover the cover image, the receiver can decrypt the marked signals (E([a'.sub.0i]), E([a'.sub.1i]), E([t.sub.i])) according to the private key generated by Paillier encryption and obtain the decrypted unit ([a'.sub.0i], [a'.sub.1i], [t.sub.i]]).
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.
Decryption: Generated Eval(f(PT)) will be decrypted by client using its sk and it gets the original result.
Brilliant mathematician Turing led a team decoding messages at Bletchley Park, whose work remained secret until many years after the war's end, and also designed the "bombe" machine which decrypted German messages.
However, Gartner security analyst Avivah Litan said Friday that the PINs for the affected cards are vulnerable and people should change their codes since such data has been decrypted, or unlocked, before.
(4) Compare the decrypted summary and a summary of their recalculated, if they are equal, it means that the message has not been tampered in the transfer process, otherwise, the message is credible [2].
"At this time, we do not believe the attacKers removed decrypted credit or debit card numbers from our systems."
The context is that all Digital Information or data is encrypted with either an asymmetrical key (as in PKI) or a symmetrical key, but in either case that Digital Information or data is always decrypted by a symmetrical key.
The information, considered highly confidential by the TSK, was found after the police decrypted a document titled "Pandora" found on a computer allegedly belonging to Bilgin Euzkaynak, a prime suspect in a case regarding espionage aimed at the military.