Wednesday 25th May, 2016
12:00pm to 12:30pm
Many years ago, the world was at war. The very best minds were focused on outsmarting the "other side," all without the aid of our modern computational tools. The key was communication, and the Nazis devised a simple, effective way to relay orders to the front lines. They used one of the most famous forms of electronic encryption: the enigma. In this talk, we will learn how the enigma worked and how it was broken—all in live code!
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