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Computing's Past: Station X and modern encryption

by Martyn Davies 4th July 2009

One of last month’s highlights for me was visiting Bletchley Park, for one of their geek meetups… In World War II, Bletchley Park (codenamed Station X) was a secret code-breaking site that decoded messages from Enigma and Lorenz cipher machines, hoping to put the most crucial secrets in Churchill’s hands by lunchtime each day.  They […]

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