Origin of encrypt
Related formsen·cryp·tion, en·cryp·ta·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for encryption
Snowden contacted Poitras in mid-January 2013 after failing to connect with Greenwald due to his lack of encryption.
And then Glenn finally got on encryption, came on a plane to New York, and off we went.
With the Assange movie, there are sequences like the [Vincente] Minnelli-like visual explorations of an encryption system.
In November 2013, well before U.S. bombs started falling, “ISIS did launch a Web-based encryption tool,” Ahlberg said.
Bloomberg even reported that the NSA did know and had been exploiting the mistake in encryption.
British Dictionary definitions for encryption
Derived Formsencrypted, adjectiveencryption, noun
Word Origin for encrypt
Science definitions for encryption
Culture definitions for encryption
The process of encoding a message so that it can be read only by the sender and the intended recipient. Encryption systems often use two keys, a public key, available to anyone, and a private key that allows only the recipient to decode the message. (See also cryptography.)