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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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Firstly, the ironic community appeals also to a certain locality because of its existential code to be enciphered.
Suppose we assume that E was enciphered as M and that T was enciphered as H.
Together with a little-known Confederate agent named Sarah Slater, Surratt is believed to have transported enciphered messages from the Confederate government in Richmond to other Confederate agents in Canada.
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.
holds enciphered within it above all the liberation of society.
This leads to a further determination of an indeterminate sensuous subjectivity: "The liberat ion of form, which genuinely new art desires, holds enciphered within it above all the liberation of society.
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.
Then surely, stripped of ordinariness and Openness to any eye, the enciphered Text is lovelier and more mysterious Than when obscured by layers of opaque sense.
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.