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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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It is worth noting that if the user attempts to encipher a message where gcd(a, 26) [not equal to] 1, the affine cipher Maplet will inform the user of this requirement and not encrypt the message.
The first parameter of this field specifies the cryptographic algorithm used to encipher the message key, and the second field contains the enciphered key.
Trained by former two-time champion handler Ali Rashid Al Raihe, Encipher won over course and distance four weeks ago prompting Royston Ffrench to talk up his chances of a repeat victory.
A course and distance winner when previously trained by dual Endurance World Cup winning handler Esmail Mohammad, Encipher also looks to have strong claims.
that it encipher different letters as letters different from each other) and that it encipher each letter [alpha] as a letter different from it.
Several of the nine runners, including Mufarrh, Surfer and Barbecue Eddie, hold leading chances, with Encipher, Derbs and Rochdale adding depth and quality to the field.
The same result can be obtained by doing the operations in the other order, using the same shift: transpose SPANGLED to LDGSEAPN and encipher using the 11-shift, and the result is WORDPLAY.
Meanwhile, Harry Bentley rode his first winner of the season aboard the Esmail Mohammad-trained Encipher in the Al Shafar Investment Handicap over 1,400 and so did promising Emirati apprentice Saeed Al Mazroui who was aboard the Ali Rashid Al Raihe-trained Mutajare in the concluding race of the day, the Al Redha Insurance Brokers Handicap over 1,800.
Satish Seemar saddles Farrier, a winner of his only Jebel Ali start to date, while Esmail Mohammad is represented by course winner Encipher.
These same systems could be used to encipher a short (20-digit) "go-code," receipt of which would cause the warhead to arm, while receipt of another go-code of similar length woudl fire the missile, having opened the silo door, and so on.
The solution fails to emerge, and final statement repeatedly enciphers the woman's feelings "'I feel fine,' she said.