to convert from a coded form into the original; -- of communications. Inverse of encrypt.
The act of decoding data that has been encrypted.
To restore an encrypted message to its original form, so the original message is readable.
The act of unscrambling a message to read the contents. See encryption.
Turning an encrypted message into something intelligible to a human or machine.
To decipher or to decode.
Generic term encompassing decode and decipher.
To restore information to its original, unprotected state.
To convert encrypted data back into its original form.
the process of converting encrypted information back into normal, understandable text
To convert scrambled (encrypted) information back to a usable or readable format.
To reverse the encryption process: in other words, to restore ciphertext to its original form so that the original message is easily readable.
to undo the encryption process
The process of converting encrypted data or text back to plain data or text.
To restore encrypted data, by use of a special algorithm, to its original form.
To unscramble data that has been encrypted.
To decrypt a protected file is to restore it to its original, unprotected state.
To decode data that has been encrypted, turning it back into plain text. See also encrypt.
(DOD) To convert encrypted text into its equivalent plain text by means of a cryptosystem. (This does not include solution by cryptanalysis.) (Note: The term "decrypt" covers the meanings of "decipher" and "decode.")
Process of deciphering encrypted data into a readable form. 12.16