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Synonyms for encryption

the activity of converting data or information into code

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A cipher key is the method used to encode a plaintext and decode a ciphertext.
So they must find some way of hiding their ciphertext in an innocuous looking covertext.
It would be desirable to have an acceptably secure encryption process that would render a database of identifying information useless to an attacker without a key, but that would produce ciphertext in the same formatas the plaintext.
Permanent Privacy (patent pending) has been verified by Peter Schweitzer, one of Harvard's top cryptanalysts, and for the inevitable cynics Permanent Privacy is offering $1,000,000 to anyone who can decipher a sample of ciphertext.
Inside the unit, the message is encrypted and delivered to the Ciphertext port, from which it goes out to the modem.
The ciphertext string of A and B values was then parsed into groups of five and deciphered as follows:
128 bit key length or longer) is utilized to convert clear data (plain text) into an unreadable form called ciphertext, which cannot be deciphered without the decryption key.
Encryption--Cryptographic conversion of data into ciphertext in order to prevent any but the intended recipient from reading that data.
For decryption, the ciphertext is the data block to be processed.
254) Private-key encryption uses the same key to encrypt messages from plaintext to ciphertext and then to decrypt the message back into plaintext.
The two major concerns that are addressed when standardizing the triple-DES modes are matching ciphertext attack and dictionary attack.
To validate my approach, I wrote a computer program that takes any plain text message, creates a ciphertext using RSA, and then decrypts and recovers the message using my approach, as well as the RSA approach.
The attacks are particularly alarming because they often require only known ciphertext, work even if timing measurements are somewhat inaccurate, are computationally easy, and are difficult to detect," Kocher says.
A robust cipher is one that can change the value of 50 percent of the bits in the ciphertext with the change of only one bit anywhere in the plaintext.