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Edward Larsson's rune cipher resembling that found on the Kensington Runestone. Also includes runically unrelated blackletter writing style and pigpen
Edward Larsson's rune cipher resembling that found on the Kensington Runestone. Also includes runically unrelated blackletter writing style and pigpen cipher.
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Lorenz cipher machine, used in World War II to encrypt communications of the German High Command
Lorenz cipher machine, used in World War II to encrypt communications of the German High Command
16th-century book-shaped French cipher machine, with arms of Henri II of France
16th-century book-shaped French cipher machine, with arms of Henri II of France
Enciphered letter from Gabriel de Luetz d'Aramon, French Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire, after 1546, with partial decipherment
Enciphered letter from Gabriel de Luetz d'Aramon, French Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire, after 1546, with partial decipherment
Whitfield Diffie and Martin Hellman, authors of the first published paper on public-key cryptography.
Whitfield Diffie and Martin Hellman, authors of the first published paper on public-key cryptography.