encryption

[ UK /ɛnkɹˈɪpʃən/ ]
[ US /ɛnˈkɹɪpʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. the activity of converting data or information into code
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How To Use encryption In A Sentence

  • She adds an encryption so they cannot boot her off the site.
  • Please be assured that eHarmony uses robust security measures, including password hashing and data encryption, to protect our members' personal information. TIME.com: Top Stories
  • The first uses what AirTight now alternately refers to as a "vulnerability" or a "limitation" in the 802.11 specification: a shared encryption key called the group temporal key (GTK), shared by all clients connected to the same access point, can't detect an address spoofing attempt (the pairwise keys, which are used to scramble data between a given client and the access point, can). AirTight defends Wi-Fi WPA2 'vulnerability' claim
  • An encryption algorithm is a mathematical equation containing the message being encrypted or decrypted.
  • To prevent prying eyes from seeing your personal email, consider using encryption software.
  • Encryption, codes and ciphers were once associated only with spies, espionage and illicit letters between lovers.
  • Encryption garbles data using irreversible mathematical functions. Times, Sunday Times
  • First, we use objdump to retrieve all static variables, for this is where the encryption key and the encrypted shell text are stored.
  • Designed for hardware implementation, its operation is relatively fast and works well for large bulk documents or encryption.
  • The process is loosely similar to the confusion/defusion cycles of encryption or the repeated mixing phases used for securely anonymous Internet communications. Unpredictable elections « Isegoria
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