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History of Cryptography, behind the code - Episode 4

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Here in Episode #4, we move from the unveiling of the NSA in the early 1950’s through the 1990’s early internet era and Digital Signature Algorithms

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History of Cryptography, behind the code - Episode 3

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In this episode of History of Cryptography, we discuss the German engineer Arthur Scherbius’ Enigma machine, which was initially intended for commercial usage but ended up playing a crucial role in the war. Throughout the war, the decoding of Enigma continued to give crucial intelligence, assisting the Allies in foreseeing German naval movements, fending off U-boat raids, and carefully planning their military actions.

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History of Cryptography, behind the code - Episode 1

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From the ancient Romans to the battlefields of World War II, ciphers have been the custodians of humanity’s most valuable secrets, guarding them against the relentless pursuit of those seeking to exploit them. With each passing century, ciphers have evolved and developed, driven by an unyielding conflict between those who seek to secure the purity of information and those who seek to exploit it. I’m Michael Strike, join us as we explore this fascinating blend of art, science, and mystery, from ancient substitution and transposition methods to modern algorithms based on advanced mathematics and computer science.

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