SLIDESHOW: CIO Blast from the Past - 60 years of cryptography

    Date21 Sep 2009
    CategoryCryptography
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    CIO magazine has a slideshow showing the 60 years of crypto, starting with the Enigma, an electric rotor machine that was used by Germany to encrypt and decrypt messages during World War II. Arthur Scherbius developed the Enigma around 1920. It goes through RSA, info on Schneier and Phil Zimmerman, and more.
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