- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of encrypt.
“Someone posts a link to illegal download a CD but then password encrypts it!?”
“1Password encrypts, stores and organises your passwords and other private information, and it automates log-ins for websites and other internet services.”
“1Password encrypts, stores and organizes your passwords and other private information, and it automates log-ins for Web sites and other Internet services.”
“It then "encrypts" the page with a cypher that's a bit more like a code, substituting words for words rather than byte blocks for byte blocks, but doing so under control of a cypher key so only somebody with the key can read it.”
“This feature is really good of new Firefox addon is it Sync encrypts user data before uploading it to Mozilla's servers, so that only you can access your data.”
“IMHO, a home user that encrypts their file system has something to hide from their wife, or is just plain paranoid.”
“Skype encrypts conversations from the moment they leave the sender's machine til they arrive at the recipients, which means that no information about these conversations is revealed.”
“A: That popular social-media site Post Co. Chairman Donald E. Graham sits on its board of directors already encrypts your user name and password but has begun allowing users to have their entire session encrypted.”
“Everything is great till the teenage "gold-miners" think of a better way to get rich—spreading a virus, named with cunning mock-sloppiness "REAMDE" instead of "ReadMe", which encrypts players' files till each of them pays a virtual-world ransom.”
“CrashPlan backs up your newest files first on the assumption those mean the most to you, and it encrypts all files, so file names can't be read on remote servers or backup computers.”
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