Examples of encrypt in a Sentence
The software will encrypt the message before it is sent.
Recent Examples of encrypt from the Web
The attack would have enabled hackers to compromise an organization’s encrypted communications, and access their most sensitive traffic and files sent over the web.
Hutchinson says until the change, APD was one of only two departments in the state that had not encrypted its radio calls.
After four militant attacks in Britain that killed 36 people this year, senior ministers have repeatedly demanded that internet companies do more to suppress extremist content and allow access to encrypted communications.
WhatsApp, Bloomberg also reports today, is the messaging app of choice for bankers and traders looking to evade compliance (WhatsApp and the equally popular Signal encrypt their messages).
The commission is considering new security measures, such as encrypting WisVote, the voter registration system used by local clerks, and requiring two-factor authentication for clerks and state workers signing into that system.
To protect sensitive communications traveling along public pathways, the senders enciphered—or encrypted—their words, often using machines that could replace each letter with a new letter.
And while these vulnerabilities allow attackers to breach networks, technologies like HTTPS and end-to-end encrypted apps and services like Signal and Whatsapp are designed to protect your privacy even when used over an untrusted network.
The patients’ data are stored securely, anonymised and encrypted.
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Origin and Etymology of encrypt
First Known Use: 1944See Words from the same year
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