[SIGCIS-Members] NSA "pre-history of code-breaking"?
Gregory P Bufithis - CEO The Project Counsel Group
theprojectcounselgroup at gmail.com
Tue Jun 25 06:49:46 PDT 2013
Try this link: http://cryptome.org/2013/06/NSA-WasntAllMagic_2002.pdf
Gregory P. Bufithis, Esq.
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On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 4:08 AM, Janet Abbate <abbate at vt.edu> wrote:
> This was posted on Slashdot today:
> "The National Security Agency has declassified an eye-opening pre-history
> of computers used for code-breaking between the 1930s and 1960s. The 344
> page report, entitled It Wasn't All Magic: The Early Struggle to Automate
> Cryptanalysis (pdf), it is available on the Government Attic web site.
> Government Attic has also just posted a somewhat less declassified NSA
> compendium from 1993: A Collection of Writings on Traffic Analysis. (pdf)"
> When I tried to click on the link I got an error message (not that I
> really want a file from the NSA on my computer...). Anybody know if this
> is for real?
> Dr. Janet Abbate
> Associate Professor
> Science & Technology in Society
> Virginia Tech
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