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(of information or data) not converted into a code that would prevent unauthorized access:‘unencrypted passwords’
- ‘The system already appears to have been used to crack games with the intention of posting the unencrypted files on the Internet.’
- ‘Compatibility has never been a problem for unencrypted files.’
- ‘Similarly, some files on your hard drive are too sensitive to leave unencrypted.’
- ‘Of the 18 access points whose signals were picked up, 13 were sending unencrypted messages.’
- ‘Every keystroke on the terminal goes over the network unencrypted.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.