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Posted on 16-01-08 20:47
is anyone familiar with the enigma machine used in world war ii by nazi germanya and what the details in cracking it?
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Posted on 24-01-08 16:48
I am familiar with the mechanics of the enigma, i.e. the way the message is encrypted using the scramblers, reflectors and plugboard. I don't remember how to crack the codes, but I did know, and have done it before, years ago...so I could brush up on it if you would like? Why are you interested?


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Posted on 24-01-08 16:58
redhothacker wrote:
is anyone familiar with the enigma machine used in world war ii by nazi germanya and what the details in cracking it?


This website might be of some help to you, all about the enigma machine...

http://www.codesa. . ./index.htm


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Posted on 24-01-08 17:14
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This website might be of some help to you, all about the enigma machine...

http://www.codesa. . ./index.htm


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that link is 2nd in google when you search "engima machine"

He would have already seen it if he had done some research into the subject before posting thread on it Angry
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Posted on 24-01-08 17:16
Well where I got my enigma info from was "The Code Book" by Simon Singh...don't know if there is an electronic version out there or not, but I recommend it to anyone interested in cryptography.