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encrypt

[en′kript]
(communications)
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A key must be distributed to all systems that will encrypt and/or decrypt data.
This conceals a lot of pretty public information, but I'd rather encrypt one message more than needed, than send secret information unencrypted over the network.
Encrypt by File Type -- For example, encrypt all Microsoft Office file types (.
Some sites encrypt data across the entire network using network encryption appliances, such as those from Decru and NeoScale.
NET, the largest hosted eMessaging service provider in North America, is now offering its subscribers the ability to encrypt and digitally sign all outgoing messages by simply clicking a button in their existing email application.
When users want to send a secure message to another user, they use the recipient's public key to encrypt the message.
SecureDoc's flexibility also makes it possible for users to automatically encrypt Flash Cards, SD Cards, Multimedia Cards, Micro Drives, and other removable media.