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unscramble

To decrypt a secret message. See scramble.
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And, even if someone does manage to intercept the message, the very act of trying to unscramble it would result in it being corrupted.
On receiving it, Alice will use her private key to decode (unscramble) the message.
Challenges you to unscramble the words before the Zombie eats the professor's brain!
If the system is prevented from accessing websites that provide the necessary codes, officials say the receiver will not be able to unscramble or display the channel.
RIM says it cannot unscramble data of its large business and government clients because the servers that handle that task are located on the premises of its customers.
DNABoost will be able to unscramble data from low copy number profiling and allow investigators to make use of far more samples.
In this case, students should attempt to unscramble the words then solve the puzzle without the use of the computer.
Clues to unscramble each word are visible in the picture!
To claim your free ticket: Over the next three days we will publish a word each day, to make a password phrase, unscramble the words and complete the phrase, then call Newcastle Greyhounds on (0191) 210 5300 to book your place.
Officers believe thieves are hiding devices inside check-out card readers in shops to unscramble codes and reveal customers' pin numbers.
To be in with a chance of winning this stunning TV, simply unscramble the letters below and call or text your answer, leaving you name, address and DAYTIME telephone number.
Unscramble the following words to reveal each of the candles we light on the advent wreath during this season: