decrypt decrypt


  • (v) convert code into ordinary language



  1. Naval jacket worn by Ian Fleming on the Dieppe Raid of 1942 with the German enciphering machine which British intelligence used to decrypt secret military messages.
  2. I can decrypt the audio from the tissue in his fingernails.
  3. Mtukudzi refuses to decrypt his lyrics.



  1. "We cracked it in 10 minutes," Kaspersky explained, "because this guy did not read the cryptographic book until the end. But if he does get to the end, antivirus vendors will not be able to decrypt and recover your data without help."
    on Feb 7, 2007 By: Eugene Kaspersky Source: CNET

  2. "Somebody will make an online database of title keys, and will modify BackupHDDVD so it automatically consults that database and gets the title keys it needs," Professor Felten said. "This new decryption program will be able to decrypt any...
    on Jan 11, 2007 By: Edward Felten Source: IT PRO

  3. "What is important about the Vanona decrypt is that it substantiates what Ruth told the grand jury," Radosh said.
    on Sep 11, 2008 By: Ronald Radosh Source: Washington Post

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