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The Code Book. How to Make It, Break It, Hack It, Crack It In 1586, Din Inchisoare, Maria Stuart Urzeste Un Complot Impotriva Reginei Elisabeta, Protejandu Si Corespondenta Printr Un Cifru Pe Care L Credea Impenetrabil Criptologii Reginei Angliei Reusesc Insa Sa Sparga Cifrul, Iar Maria Stuart E Condamnata La Moarte Si Executata In Primavara Lui 1917, Ministrul De Externe German Transmite Presedintelui Mexican Un Mesaj Cifrat Prin Care L Indeamna Sa Atace Statele Unite, Mesajul E Interceptat Si Descifrat De Englezi, Iar Rezultatul Este Ca, Dupa O Lunga Neutralitate, America Intra In Razboi, Inclinand Decisiv Balanta In Favoarea Aliatilor Douazeci De Ani Mai Tarziu, In Al Doilea Razboi Mondial, La Inceput Polonezii, Apoi Englezii Reusesc Sa Sparga Codul Redutabilei Masini Germane De Criptat Enigma, Iar Astfel Ajung Sa Cunoasca Toate Comunicatiile Secrete Ale Inamicului.Cartea Codurilor Spune Povestea Luptei Permanente Intre Cei Care Vor Sa Pastreze Secrete Informatiile Si Cei Care Vor Sa Le Descopere, Intre Creatorii De Coduri Si Spargatorii De Coduri Eroii Cartii Lui Simon Singh Sunt Mari Matematicieni Intre Care Charles Babbage Si Alan Turing A Caror Munca A Ramas Decenii De A Randul Secreta, Dar Care Au Influentat Hotarator Cursul Istoriei.In Prezent, In Epoca Informatiei, Importanta Cifrurilor E Cu Atat Mai Mare Cu Cat Depindem De Secretul A Nenumarate Comunicatii Si Operatiuni Efectuate Prin Calculator, Intreaga Lume Riscand Sa Se Prabuseasca In Fata Unui Malefic Spargator De Coduri.Cartea Codurilor Contine In Final, Sub Titlul Provocarea Cifrului , O Serie De Zece Probleme Criptografice Pe Care Simon Singh Le Propune Cititorilor.


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    The Code Book is like geek porn Explanations of the theories behind cryptography are woven together with anecdotes of times when code making or code breaking was integral to historical events Singh strikes an excellent balance with this book The clarity of his writing makes the explanations of the mathematics of cryptography very straightforward without dumbing them down, and the historical connections are always fascinating.Personally, my favorite part was the section devoted to the role cryptography played in World War II The cracking of the Enigma at Bletchley Park was probably one of the greatest moments in nerd history.If you ...


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    Coming on 20 years after the book was written, it s still quite awesome despite all our subsequent advances in cryptography.Or rather, I should say, we re still living in the same world already transformed by pretty good encryption The methods for breaking the security still falls in the same category as usual interception Of course, the means of interception has gotten amazingly good and creative as hell, but that isn t the primary scope of this book Rather, it s about an awesome crash course in the history of encryption from the Middle Ages or earlier, say Roman or Greek, all the way forward to mechanical solutions a la Babbage and right into the thrilling good stuff of WW2, including Turing and the awesome Code Talkers The advances since then are almost stunningly fascinating, however, and aside from Zimmerman s courageous advent of PGP, the REST of the story may well be trapped under National Security blank...


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    By far the best and the most interesting book on the subject recommended to anyone interested in Cryptography and its history I read it in three days mainly because I couldn t put it down.


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    I haven t had this much gleeful delight in a book in a long time This book is pure fun It s not fast reading necessarily, and requires some active engagement to keep up, but man, it is a blast If you read a lot of spy books as a child, or if you re secretly jealous when there s a cipher to be solved in a TV or movie plot and a character says, Yeah, I can totally crack this if I have a few hours, let me get to work, you re going to love this Singh introduces us to famous historical ciphers and codes, as well as the basic principles underlying code making and code breaking you actually get a fairly solid foundation on understanding how to build and crack most classic ciphers CODES AND CIPHERS Some examples of interesting codes this book unpacks and deconstructs with you Transposition Substitution Superencipherment Caesar shift ciphers The Vigenere square cipher The Great Cipher of Louis XIV The as yet unsolved Beale cypher The ADFGVX cipher The Zimmerman telegraph cipher The one time pad cipher aka a Vigenere cipher where the keyword is a random string of letters, at least as many as are in the text to be enciphered which is inherently un decipherable by cryptanalysis But which of course requires both the message writer and receiver to have a copy of the random key, which makes it vulnerable to discovery Plus it s expensive to constantly create brand new random keys for hundreds of messages a day Navajo code talking All the ...


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    I recently watched The Imitation Game, which left such a bad taste in my mouth, that I wanted to clean it up with something in a similar subject Having read two of Sighn s other books, I picked this one.I had high expectations and it met them nicely The book tells the story of ciphers and encryption through history from what the Greek and the Ro...


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    I never thought I d love a book about mathematics, or ever see the beauty of mathematics My mother was definitely right when she kept pestering me to work harder on my math and argued that it was EVERYWHERE I had argued back saying I would be fine as long as I could perform the basic calculations Maybe this is what growing up is about That being said, this is a very informative book about the past, present and future of cryptography Singh takes us on a journey from ancient times where simple communications and hence simple codes sufficed, through a series of unfortunate events that resulted in the execution of Mary, Queen of Scots,to a time in the future when quantum cryptography might prevail My favorite part is when he talks about the decipherment of Linear B which led me to another amazing book of the same name , an ancient language discovered in the remains of a palace in Crete Oh, and he also makes the Second World War seem interesting in an entirely differently way Singh has a knack for explaining ideas and theories, which might seem mundane if explained by someone else, in a very interesting manner His use of characters called Alice,Bob and Eve to explain the codes, made...


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    This is a fascinating introduction to the world of cryptography It has opened my eyes to a whole new subject that interests me, and now I have spent many hours attempting to create a machine that can decrypt hidden messages It is a wonderful and gripping tale of the history of cryptography, and presents the entire plot as a battle between the code makers and the code breakers I was never left a little bored at parts as I occasionally am during non fiction books because it is a continuous story that flows throughout the pages It keeps you in suspense over the fate of the queen of Scotland, the behind the scenes intelligence conflict in the midst of World War II, and the secret of the Beale treasure For anyone interested in the matter, it is a must read, and for anyone who think they might enjoy the subject, I highly suggest it.The history contained in this near novel doesn t merely end a long time ago, but extends up to the very present, and discusses the exciting possibilities of cryptography in the future Quantum computers and qubits enter the scene, hopefully presenting the holy...