Traducción de encrypt en Español:


cifrar, v.

Pronunciación /ɛnˈkrɪpt//ɪnˈkrɪpt//ɛnˈkrɪpt/

verbo transitivo

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    • Such protection automatically encrypts all information loaded onto a USB token or other removable media.
    • Because of the way passwords are encrypted, the most secure passwords are seven or 14 characters long.
    • You'll see a check box that can be used to encrypt the file.
    • At some point, while poking around on that server, he found an unprotected file containing encrypted passwords.
    • An encryption algorithm is a mathematical equation containing the message being encrypted or decrypted.
    • When all other messages are plaintext, a single encrypted message is easily spotted.
    • Storing customer information as encrypted data on a secure server would also be a good idea.
    • Equally, any email sent with such information should be encrypted.
    • Take passwords for instance, which are encrypted using a one-way encryption system.
    • The music is encrypted with a key that keeps it from being played except on the same machine.
    • The microprocessor encrypts information and provides an encrypted output which is related to the alternator electrical output.
    • Also, it'll be a digitally encrypted signal with an access password.
    • On a basic level they could be used to decode encrypted information almost instantly.
    • I can shred my documents, encrypt all my communications, and do all sorts of paranoid things.
    • If stolen e-mail is effectively encrypted, it can't be read easily by thieves.
    • It can also allow digitally signed electronic transactions and encrypt information.
    • For the time being, don't choose to sign and encrypt all messages automatically.
    • After all, if we encrypt all the customer data, it will be protected, right?
    • A private key is used to decrypt data encrypted with the corresponding public key and to create digital signatures.
    • The public key encrypts the information as it's sent from a person's computer to the merchant, and a private key decrypts the information.
    • Specifically, encrypt using keys that have been signed and verified by people you know.