BBC news is reporting a fascinating development in the history of the Battle of the Atlantic. Three messages encoded in 1942 using a new version of the infamous Enigma machine have resisted all efforts to decipher them . . . . until now.
By running code-breaking software on a “grid” of internet-linked home computers, one of them has been solved.
Read more here.
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