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plain·text

also plain text  (plān′tĕkst′)
n.
The unencrypted form of an encrypted message. Also called cleartext.

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(Telecommunications) telecomm a message set in a directly readable form rather than in coded groups
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Plain-text translators work well but there's still a lot to reject or consider when becoming familiar with "all available information."
Google said that has there has not been any improper access or misuse of these plain-text passwords.
class="MsoNormalAs if this is not bad enough, Facebook is also struggling to keep Facebook Messenger encrypted as the US government tries to strong-arm them into decrypting the service, making conversations available in plain-text to the authorities.
But the social network had stored the password in plain-text before it was encrypted.
In cryptography, the Stream Cipher is a light weight cipher which encrypts plain-text bit by bit.
The ability to use plain-text passwords or escrow keys for accessing data stored in the encrypted containers was sorely missing.
were the first to consider blind decryption that is secure against chosen plain-text attacks by signing the ciphertext messages [26].
CTS, and ACA in its brief, urged the Supreme Court to revert to a narrow, plain-text reading of the language of the law in order to uphold the constitutional principle of federalism and overturn the appellate court ruling.
Although the links in the payment-processing chain where data move unencrypted have shrunk over the years, vulnerable plain-text points remain," the article added.
Reventlov found that while some sensitive activities, such as logging in and editing profile data, are encrypted when sent to Instagram, other data was sent in plain-text. He tested the two attacks on an iPhone 4 running iOS 6, where he first found the problem.
It allows pasting the input text into the form or uploading it as a plain-text UTF-8 file, while the annotated output text can be either displayed or downloaded as a ZIP file.
"Since all the accounts are in plain-text, anyone with an account present in the leak which also has the same password on other sites (e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, etc), should assume that someone has accessed their account,"adviseESET's Anders Nilsson.