The Flaw in the Enigma Code.

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-4 1. ptsantos commented 10 years ago

only discovered when the war is over...? :(
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+17 2. LightAng3l commented 10 years ago

I find it awesome that you can encrypt a text today with the use of free software, and it would be so much more secure than the Enigma Code... Funny times we live in.
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-2 3. Markus690 commented 10 years ago

Oh no , that guy again :|
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+5 4. aravind7 commented 10 years ago

Alan Turing was a pure genius. Go here to see Google's doodle for his machine: http://www.google.com/doodles/alan-turings-100th-birthday
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+10 5. narf commented 10 years ago

#1
It was discovered during the war and helped to end it.

#2
For the enigma this might be true. But the modified enigma by the english was better.
And if you compare modern encryption techniques to the older ones,
you have to look at the tools used for breaking ciphers, too.
Maybe in a few years your free 1024-bit encryption might be cracked due to the enormous amount of computational power nowadays.
So you can't say the modern techniques are safer, there just safe now as a modified enigma was safe at the time.
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-1 6. ImprsdBySmartVid commented 10 years ago

#2: I think we cannot compare civil encryption techniques with military ones. I suppose all civil and public encryptions systems are broken by a way or another by the authorities, else extremists could organize themselves more easily (and try to make a coup).
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+2 7. ptsantos commented 10 years ago

#5 +1 ty pall.. i don't understand some words in english ...and some people don't understand anything of portuguese..it is only a question #1. :S
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+3 8. narf commented 10 years ago

#7 You're welcome. If you have a question don't hesitate to ask, there are no dumb questions, not asking questions is dumb ;).
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+1 9. Threeme2189 commented 10 years ago

Enigma is for little girls. Give me some Tunny 8-)
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+1 10. ringmaster commented 10 years ago

No need if you scrolled down to the last (?) comment in the first video and clicked.