Definición de encrypt en inglés:

encrypt

Saltos de línea: en|crypt
Pronunciación: /ɛnˈkrɪpt
 
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verbo

[with object]
1Convert (information or data) into a code, especially to prevent unauthorized access: all calls will be digitally encrypted to make eavesdropping impossible (as adjective encrypted) encrypted data
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The microprocessor encrypts information and provides an encrypted output which is related to the alternator electrical output.
  • On a basic level they could be used to decode encrypted information almost instantly.
  • 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.
1.1 (encrypt something in) Conceal data in (something) by converting it into a code: the password cannot be broken as it is encrypted in the hardware
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Security is insured by encrypting the data in the exchange, which cannot be scanned or copied by sophisticated theft devices.
  • They needed to encrypt the meaning in others’ thoughts and be assured their ideas would be perpetuated.
  • If messages have been encrypted in these texts then how do we know we are getting it right?

Origen

1950s (originally US): from en-1 'in' + Greek kruptos 'hidden'.

Derivativos

encryption

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Experts estimated it would take 20 years to beat the encryption on all the images thought to be on Wells's computer.
  • It would be perfectly possible for them to use very heavy encryption on their messages.
  • I sell the factors to security agencies, to help them break encryption.

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