Examples of encrypt in a Sentence
The software will encrypt the message before it is sent.
Recent Examples of encrypt from the Web
Even if the data is encrypted and unintelligible—as the recordings from all major smart speakers are—it can be tracked or saved for later.
Digital thieves made off with names, birth dates, phone numbers and passwords of users that were encrypted with security that was easy to crack.
North Korea was widely suspected to have created the virus, paired with ransomware that encrypted data on victims' computers and demanded money to restore access.
Anton, now a Georgia Tech researcher whose office isn’t far from Equifax’s Atlanta headquarters, argues that SSNs should be encrypted to shield them from prying eyes, much like passwords are.
Using one, a receiver can decrypt a message which has been encrypted with the key in question.
In order to be able to show pop-up ads on encrypted websites, the VisualDiscovery program used an insecure method to replace the digital certificates for the websites with its own certificates.
NBC News advertises a mix of contact information, which includes numbers for encrypted apps like Signal and Telegram.
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.
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Origin and Etymology of encrypt
First Known Use: 1944See Words from the same year
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