Definitions for "encrypt"
encrypt turns any plaintext word into an encrypted string in a variety of ways, including reading a random word from a file. It can be useful for creating passwords for .htpasswd files for webservers. It's also very useful for generating random passwords out of a cronjob.
to convert ordinary language into code; to hide the meaning of a message by converting it into a form that cannot be interpreted without knowing the secret method for interpretation, called the key.
To convert plain text into unintelligible form by means of a cryptosystem. This cryptosystem can be manual or electronic.
Encrypt is a television movie, and premiered June 14, 2003, on the Sci-Fi Channel. Set in the year 2068, the Earth's surface is in a cataclysmic upheaval, much of it transformed into wasteland by unstoppable storms (the byproduct, of course, of the destruction of the ozone layer). It was directed by Oscar Luis Costo.
encrypt is a small application which has been designed, from the beginning, to be as simple to use as can be and have the smallest file size possible. It has been written in C as to allow the source to be ported to many different operating systems.
A way to make information secure from viewing while it is being transmitted.
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See encryption.