One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The process of converting information or data into a code, especially to prevent unauthorized access.‘I use encryption to protect sensitive information transmitted online’
- ‘The lack of wireless encryption protocol does not in itself indicate an insecure network.’
- ‘The same computer power that yields strong encryption can be used to break weak encryption schemes.’
- ‘To join a mesh, a member exchanges encryption keys with someone in the network.’
- ‘Security and privacy technologies such as encryption, digital signatures, and biometric identification systems are evolving rapidly.’
- ‘Computer security experts increasingly recommend encryption for protecting stored data.’
- ‘If encryption is not enabled, hackers can easily use a sniffer to listen in on wireless network traffic.’
- ‘But encryption is also provided as an option, just in case you're still worried about intruders.’
- ‘Both restoration and backups take no time at all, even with encryption and compression.’
- ‘The flash drive offers built-in hardware-based data encryption in 1 GB and 2 GB capacities.’
- ‘To prevent prying eyes from seeing your personal email, consider using encryption software.’
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