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Assecure As`se*cure", v. t. [LL. assecurare.]
To make sure or safe; to assure. [Obs.] --Hooker.
Countersecure Coun`ter*se*cure" (-s?-k?r"), v. t.
To give additional security to or for. --Burke.
Insecure In`se*cure", a.
1. Not secure; not confident of safety or permanence;
distrustful; suspicious; apprehensive of danger or loss.
With sorrow and insecure apprehensions. --Jer.
2. Not effectually guarded, protected, or sustained; unsafe;
unstable; exposed to danger or loss. --Bp. Hurg.
The trade with Egypt was exceedingly insecure and
Insecurely In`se*cure"ly, adv.
In an insecure manner.
Insecureness In`se*cure"ness, n.
Securely Se*cure"ly, adv.
In a secure manner; without fear or apprehension; without
His daring foe . . . securely him defied. --Milton.
Securement Se*cure"ment, n.
The act of securing; protection. [R.]
Society condemns the securement in all cases of
perpetual protection by means of perpetual
imprisonment. --C. A. Ives.
Secureness Se*cure"ness, n.
The condition or quality of being secure; exemption from
fear; want of vigilance; security.
Securer Se*cur"er, n.
One who, or that which, secures.
Unsecure Un`se*cure", a.
Insecure. [R.] --Milton.
Meaning of Secure from wikipedia
to: Security, being protected against danger
or loss(es) Physical
security, security measures
that are designed
to deny unauthorized
- Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure
(HTTPS) is an extension
of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol
(HTTP). It is used for secure communication
over a computer...
S**** (SSH) is a cryptographic network protocol
for operating network services securely
over an unsecured
network. Typical applications
- The Secure
are a family
hash functions published
by the National Institute
(NIST) as a U.S...
- 3-D Secure
is an XML-based protocol designed
to be an additional security layer
for online credit
card transactions. It was originally
(SCP) is a means
of securely transferring computer files between
host and a remote
host or between
hosts. It is...
- Transport Layer Security
(TLS), and its now-deprecated predecessor, Secure Sockets Layer
(SSL), are cryptographic protocols designed
Digital, officially abbreviated
as SD, is a proprietary
card format developed
by the SD Card ****ociation (SDA) for use in portable...
- The term secure
file transfer protocol
FTP may refer
to: Network protocols
SSH File Transfer Protocol
— a file transfer protocol
- critically imperiled
(G3), apparently secure
(G4), and secure
(G5). The system
also allows ambiguous
or uncertain ranks