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Synonyms for encrypt

convert ordinary language into code

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In a public-key system, the user has one key - kept secret -- for encrypting the message and the recipient has a different but mathematically related key to decrypt the message.
Encrypting data in transit has nothing to do with protecting data that is attacked after it is stored at its endpoints.
Second, it imposes a time penalty as encrypting the quantities of data backed up to LTO and similar tape can take much longer than most backup windows permit.
The appliance should protect all keys by digitally encrypting the rule keys, encrypting and authenticating the system policy, and authenticating administrative access.
By certifying and encrypting instant messages, e-mail, and personal files, NetSign attempts to bring total security management for your system's files and communications under one package.
ZixCorp was encrypting our email in less than 24 hours.
CryptoStor FC and CryptoStor for Tape) sealed up data in primary and secondary storage by encrypting it at maximum speed--transparently and without creating a management burden.
Until now, Cisco Unified CallManager customers requiring call recording had to choose between call recording for regulatory compliance and the security provided by encrypting their phone calls -- they could not do both," says Robert Kapela, president of Telrex.
Encrypting approved devices enables enterprises to add an extra layer of protection.
While a number of financial institutions report confidence in how and where their organizations are encrypting sensitive consumer data, there are still a number of ways to improve," said Karim Toubba, vice president of product management and corporate strategy for Ingrian Networks.
Many customers deploy encryption as a proven best practice, and the CipherOptics Ethernet Security Gateway addresses this requirement by encrypting data in transit and provides logical or deterministic firewall support.
Compatible with Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) Windows 2000/XP, MySecureDoc protects all data on desktops and laptops by encrypting the entire hard drive before the operating system brings up the logon screen to prevent intruders from bypassing the encryption level.