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The Code Book: How to Make It, Break It, Hack It, Crack It As Gripping As A Good Thriller The Washington Post Unpack The Science Of Secrecy And Discover The Methods Behind Cryptography The Encoding And Decoding Of Information In This Clear And Easy To Understand Young Adult Adaptation Of The National Bestseller That S Perfect For This Age Of WikiLeaks, The Sony Hack, And Other Events That Reveal The Extent To Which Our Technology Is Never Quite As Secure As We Want To Believe Coders And Codebreakers Alike Will Be Fascinated By History S Most Mesmerizing Stories Of Intrigue And Cunning From Julius Caesar And His Caeser Cipher To The Allies Use Of The Enigma Machine To Decode German Messages During World War II Accessible, Compelling, And Timely, The Code Book Is Sure To Make Readers See The Past And The Future In A Whole New Way Singh S Power Of Explaining Complex Ideas Is As Dazzling As Ever The Guardian

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8 thoughts on “The Code Book: How to Make It, Break It, Hack It, Crack It

  1. says:

    Great book if this is your interest It is best I found to have some understanding of the basics of cryptography before reading this book as one may get lost in the reading But overall quite easy to follow for the novice and those persons of interest into the subject.

  2. says:

    This is essentially The Code Book minus a few photographs A very detailed and logical description of the various ciphers used over the centuries and the clever techniques adopted in decrypting them It explains for the first time in the public domain the UK contribution to the science of modern cryptography and gives credit to those involved who would otherwise have gone unrec

  3. says:

    Absolutely fabulous book, if you like cracking codes ciphers puzzles, now my expertise has gone up at least 3 levels, and much enjoyment too, well written in simple easy to understand language

  4. says:

    a very competent treatment of the subject but not unlike his other book on codes.

  5. says:

    Very good book to read about cryptology in Second World War Europe, not Pacific It is focus in the Enigma cipher and how it was broken The good thing about it, it talks about the Polish contribution and not only about the British final unscramble of the cipher Enjoyable.

  6. says:

    A perfect introduction to code and cypher Explain both history and mechanisms of codes.

  7. says:

    A very easy to read book, ideal for year 7 onwards It explains why codes are necessary, provides a lot of history about how they were used, covers the Enigma machine, the development of RSA coding, and touches on quantum coding.

  8. says:

    This book is sold as an entirely new volume but is exactly the sam as the original I should have looked inside.

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