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+ - After Weeks Of Trying, UK Cryptographers Fail To Crack World War II Code

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An anonymous reader writes "A dead pigeon discovered a few weeks ago in a UK chimney may be able to provide new answers to the secrets of World War II. Unfortunately, British cryptographers at the country’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) have been unable to crack the code encrypting a message the bird was tasked with sending and say they are confident it cannot be decoded “without access to the original cryptographic material.”"
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After Weeks Of Trying, UK Cryptographers Fail To Crack World War II Code

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