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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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Public key encryption algorithms, such as the RSA algorithm, typically use a public key to encipher a message and a private key to decipher the message.
The encipher and decipher keys are related and chosen from a large universe of possible keys.
Dubai: Encipher and Asatir seeks back-to-back wins at Jebel Ali Racecourse when they square off in the 1400m Shadwell Handicap, the feature event at today's (Friday) six-race meeting.
In such circumstances, it has been required to encipher the information by using high quality true random numbers as secret keys.
Meanwhile, Zabeel Stables maestro Satish Seemar continued his strong start to the season with a meet double, courtesy of the eight-year-old Spin Cycle and Mawhub, while Emirati handler Ali Rashid Al Raihe sent out the Royal Cavalry of Oman-owned Encipher to bag the feature race of the afternoon, the Derrinstown Stud rated conditions event.
It is common practice to encipher the content on the Gb (telecom) interface in a GPRS network (this is in addition to any encryption that may be applied to the transmission at its origin).
The weights are topped by the Royal Cavalry of Oman-owned Encipher who is trained by former two-time UAE champion Ali Rashid Al Raihe.