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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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For example, if SPANGLED is enciphered using the I 11-shift, the result is DALYRWPO, which transposes to WORDPLAY.
Firstly, the ironic community appeals also to a certain locality because of its existential code to be enciphered.
When we enciphered a message we would go through this dictionary of 44,000 code groups and pick out the codes for the words or phrases," said Showers.
The Cryptanalysis Team examines and decrypts manually encoded and enciphered communications.
The UDP communication in the Ethernet is enciphered and we can choose from MD2, MD5, SHA1.
determining the complex shifts which performs the enciphering process lies on the need a contour problem whose solutions are the enciphered messages.
Two-dimensional (2D) codes are used for DPMI applications because of their small size, error correction, and amount of data that can be enciphered, as compared to 1D codes.
When IPSec is built into IP security products and software, information that can be intercepted is enciphered.
Unfortunately, here the entry breaks off to continue partially enciphered, though there is mention that "S[alisbury] could hardly believe his ears and was still more horrified when he gathered that.
What is beyond doubt is that, with its thickness of description and its author's en clair denigration of his chosen quarries, we are light years away from the politic rectitude and the enciphered agenda of a Rodrigo of Toledo, for example.
The system on which a message is enciphered corresponds to the laws of the universe, the intercepted messages to the evidence available, the keys for a day or a message to important constants which have yet to be determined.
Meet Marlene Dietrich, Peter Lorre, Thomas Mann, Stravinsky: Yamamoto wearing his enciphered purple robes.