What is the Enigma Machine?
The Enigma machine was an electromechanical encryption device invented in 1918 by German electrical engineer Arthur Scherbius. The Enigma machine was used by the German military to send encrypted messages up to the end of World War II. This cipher machine in the form of a typewriter came in multiple variations for different purposes such as commercial and military.
Although thought to be unbreakable, in 1932, Polish cryptanalyst Marian Rejewski, first cracked the Enigma code. Like any machine, what's most important is how securely it is used. During WW2, Bletchley Park continued work on breaking the Enigma code with individuals including Alan Turing.
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