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encrypted

Data that are turned into unreadable text in order to prevent unauthorized viewing. See encryption.
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Based on homomorphic encryption which allows computations to be performed on confidential encrypted data without disclosure, Fujitsu has developed a new batch search method that accelerates the processing speed of searching for matches on the encrypted data.
The retailer company said that customers' debit card accounts have not been compromised due to the encrypted PIN numbers being taken.
All data is encrypted using industry trusted standard PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) and S/MIME technologies for strong encryption and digital signatures, relying on Standard X.
E-mail and data encryption provider Echoworx Corporation announced on Tuesday enhanced Encrypted Documents for endpoint encryption.
The CE Secure Encrypted solutions offer user friendly and easy to install information storage.
Kaspersky Lab said that it has previously thwarted previous variants of Gpcode, but it is currently unable to decrypt files encrypted by Gpcode.
No matter how a key is distributed, it should be encrypted at least once using a strong method or split into multiple shares using split knowledge trust.
Also ensure that no one sends out information that contains identify theft information via e-mail unless it is encrypted.
com, a site for security professionals, in modern digital steganography, data is first encrypted by the usual means and then inserted into redundant (that is, provided but unnecessary) data that is part of a file format such as a JPEG image.
To secure a message, it has to be transported to the recipient in a secure environment or encrypted, since networks generally are not necessarily secure, the messages have to be encrypted all the time until they are read by the original recipient.
An electric pulse or jolt of radiation is more likely to cause the chip to crash than to lead to a faulty encrypted message.
Someone who breaks into a computer containing encrypted files will find only electronic gibberish stored in the machine's memory.